Newham Grange Leisure Farm is a Rare Breeds Survival Trust approved conservation centre on the outskirts of Middlesborough, with many rare breeds of cattle, sheep and pigs, as well as usual farm animals such as ponies, goats, poultry and waterfowl. Also holds demonstrations and an extensive events programme throughout the summer months, including walking stick making, Jersey cow hand-milking, bee keeping and a blacksmith at work. The farm's visitor centre tells the story of the farm from the 17th century to the present day. You can trace the families who occupied the farm and major farming events that affected its development.
April 2010 - farm closed for refurbishment please check www.middlesbrough.gov.uk for further developments