A Great Day Out

Fun For All the Family

Come to see all our animals and walk our rescued greyhounds. We are the United Kingdoms largest greyhound rescue. Stroll around the farm viewing the Shires, goats, Donkeys and much more.

Dog walking daily from 10am to 3pm for regular dog walkers only.

Dog walking & viewing Saturday & Sunday only 10 am to 4 pm, unless by prior arrangement.

Free Admission


Picnic & Children's Area


Wildlife & Nature Walks


We offer…Much more than a climbing frame.

Experience the Joy of walking a Greyhound


  • Free car parking and admission
  • See the Shires, miniature ponies, plus Toby the Poitou donkey and his mates. Find out more about this endangered breed
  • Feed the chickens and goats buy a feeding bucket in the cafe
  • Children’s area including climbing frame, toys inside and out
  • Tia Cafe (Dog-friendly)
  • Tia House of hounds shop with treats for our canine friends
  • A fantastic nature walk around the orchard and farm
  • Dog Walking our Greyhounds around our orchard it’s sublime
  • Dog paddock for hire. Let your hounds run free in our very large secure Dog paddock

Dog walking and kennels

Experience walking one of the most majestic animals on the planet, one of our beautiful Greyhounds. Only a cheetah can run faster and they are a cat. With a name like that who knows if its timing was a true record,
Our hounds love being walked by both young and old dog lovers. The walk around the orchard is so peaceful at all times of the year, enjoy autumnal shades of gold, winter frosts, the blooming of spring and the rustling grasses of summer. The walking has so many benefits, the hound love it, it helps the kennel staff, the exercise is good for you and the experience of connecting with a Greyhound is simply sublime.

Tia rescue Dog walking daily (heat permitting) from 10 am to 3 pm.

Experience the magic of Tia Rescue…

Take a stroll around the farm and see Tia rescue life…..

  • Dogs especially our Greyhounds and lurchers
  • Horses from small cobs and ponies to Heavy horses including Shires, Clydesdales and Irish Draughts
  • Free-range Chickens and Turkeys
  • Rescue rabbits
  • Goats galore sitting on their sofa
  • Donkeys including Toby the Poitou and his mates. The Poitou donkey is “instantly recognisable” for a number of unusual characteristics that distinguish it from other donkeys. Its shaggy coat, called a cadanette, hangs in long cords when ungroomed because of the long, soft hair. An increase  in mechanisation in the mid-20th century saw a decline in the need for, and hence population of, the breed, and by 1977, a survey found only 44 Poitou worldwide. Conservation efforts were begun by a number of public and private breeders and organizations, and by 2005 there were 450 purebred Poitou donkeys, though this had dropped to 400 by 2011.
  • Keep your eyes peeled for wild hawks, owls, swifts, and swallows plus the stunning Tia Doves