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to well being

About us

We offer equine assisted psychotherapy/learning, care farming/green care with sanctuary animals, ecotherapy and corporate training. All of these activities can be incorporated into a bespoke programme for individuals or groups.

Hay Farm Centre was established 7 years ago. It is on the border of South Staffordshire and Shropshire, although easily accessible from the towns, it feels like another world. It is based around a 400 year old listed farmhouse at the end of a long drive offering privacy and tranquility.


Organisations we have worked with include:

West Midlands Police and Fire Services

Sandwell Children’s Trust

Worcestershire County Council Pathways to Recovery (addictions)

and Every Child Matters

Royal Wolverhampton School

Ruskin Mill Educational Trust (Glasshouse College)

Dudley Social Services​

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Who we are

Elaine Noble MBACP BA (Hons) Cert.Ed.

Lead Therapist and CEO of Hay Farm Centre CIC

Equine Assisted Psychotherapy for the last 15 years

Previously Head of Psychology in further education.


Liz Geobey, Mental Health Nurse

Care Farm Manager CVAS accredited 

Endless patience with clients

Farm First Aider

Greg Bould PgDip

Company Director

Practical and business side of Hay Farm

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Our most recent development is to become a Community Interest Company (CIC), we have always been about the bigger picture and never refused any client. We hope that now we can receive funding to improve the centre and reach more groups of people who would not have the chance financially or culturally to access this therapy.

Latest News 

New arrivals! Six rescue chickens arrived on the farm. They were ‘spent’ at just 72 weeks old and now have room to stretch their legs and see the sky for the first time.

Wild grass

We have been studying!

Beautiful mixed meadows of herbal leyes are best for soil, wildlife and of course, horses. They are the best grazers as they leave habitat for nature.


More news updates coming shortly...

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