Approximately 10 years ago, I set out on a mission to restore life and soul back into Oddhouse Farm. The site had been empty for a long period of time, with two buildings having been set fire too, the farmhouse unlived in and the gardens completely overgrown. Sadly the whole site looked unloved and forgotten about. Firstly, the focus was on making the Farmhouse habitable once more. The beautiful historic farm buildings were falling down and no longer practical in modern day farming and unfortunately, a farm of such acreage is no longer sustainable if reliant on agriculture alone. So turning thoughts to better uses for the buildings we embarked on ways to diversify alongside farming and in turn restore the delapidated buildings.