Court Bank Farm Livery Yard Cannock Wood

We are a British Horse Society highly commended equestrian facility. Court Bank Farm Livery Yard is based in the Cannock Chase area. The equestrian centre offers DIY and assisted livery.

We offer a range of facilities which include floodlit all weather menage with mirrors and a round/lunging pen. CCTV is installed throughout enabling continuous monitoring of the horses. We have Monarch stables with individual tack rooms, automatic water drinkers, onsite lorry parking, a gated entrance, and miles of off road hacking. With close proximity to both Cannock Chase and Gentleshaw Common, Court Bank Farm is an ideal location for all equestrian pursuits.

The farm provides a safe and secure environment for horses and is also a natural habitat for local wildlife.

Site History

Set in over 100 acres of Staffordshire countryside with ample grass for year round turnout and grazing.

At Court Bank Farm you are following in the steps of Royalty and local history. Within the ancient woodlands of Court Bank Farm an Abbey was established in 1141; this scheduled moated site was later used as a royal hunting lodge by Henry II and other gentry in 1155. There is also evidence of coal mining, flint knapping, iron production and industrial activity taking place within the estate during the medieval period.

A warm welcome awaits you,

From Andy and Viv.

Court Bank Farm ménage is part funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development.

Court Bank Farm, Slang Lane, Cannock Wood, Rugeley, Staffordshire, WS15 4RY