Drove Lea Farm

Drove Lea Farm dates from the late 1800's, and has seen diverse activities carried out on the farm.

Originally, part of the "Titchfield Abbey estate”, the farm contains a sink that is still linked to the original Abbey carp ponds, which supplied the monastery inhabitants with fresh fish.

The farm has been used as a strawberry farm for a considerable period, a dairy farm, complete with a local bottling facility, and a small local school.

About twenty five years ago, a small plant hire company was based here and the current caravan activity started about fifteen years ago.

The farm also hosts a woodchip, garden mulch and fire wood facility.

The farmhouse is now a family home.