Before becoming Farleys Gallery the 19th century barn saw many previous incarnations, evidenced by the re-purposed oak beams and the variations in wall construction. During the harvest and when it was still part of the farm, it was filled with tractor fuel, machinery and sacks of grain. Later, the barn became the farm workshop until the agricultural machinery became too big to fit inside.
Farleys House opened for private visits in 2000 and in 2006 we converted the old workshop into a gallery which has since been steadily developed. Farleys Gallery serves the spirit of Lee Miller and Roland Penrose, presenting their work alongside that of their friends and emerging, contemporary artists.
On our open days, visitors to Farleys Gallery can enjoy a selection of cold drinks, teas, fine cafetiere coffee and delicious, locally made cake.