About Us

Park Farm Liveries is owned and managed by Delyth and Martin Mottershead.

Delyth and Martin took on the farm in 2005 when it was virtually derelict. Over the years they have restored it back to a beautiful home, working farm and livery stables it is today.

They are constantly adding to the equine facilities and have made great strides in achieving their ambition of providing a safe, comfortable, and enjoyable environment for both horse and rider.

The Mottershead family consist of Delyth, Martin and their three daughters Megan, Rowena and Sarah. Megan and Rowena have grown up with their mother’s love of horses and compete regularly in dressage, eventing and showing but Sarah has followed her father with more of her interests being in the farm and livestock breeding.

Martin farms over 500 acres and as well as the livery yard and looking after a big family Delyth breeds golden retrievers and Labradors under the Severnlye affix.

Despite the busy lives they lead, the Mottershead family always make time to be helpful and supportive to livery owners, as evidenced in the testimonials section. Whilst care of your horse or pony is paramount, the yard has a friendly, relaxed atmosphere, which filters through to its equine residents!

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3 months ago

Park Farm Liveries

The girls have moved to their winter grazing.... a short walk but they thought it was a very exciting adventure 🦄 #irishfillies ... See MoreSee Less

9 months ago

Park Farm Liveries

The official Park Farm “Loo Roll Challenge” video!

Thankyou everybody for your efforts! 💕

#supporttheNHS #stayhome
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Brilliant, love the ending.

Love this so much ❤

Great guys xx

Miss you all, hope you are all well xx

Great to see you all! x

Haha love it xx

Haha this is ace!!

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10 months ago

Park Farm Liveries

Morning everyone, just a note to remind you that i am asking YOU all to take responsibility for YOUR own safety with regards to this virus.
So ideally wear gloves when at the yard try only to use your own equipment and wipe down areas like the kettle and fridge.
Also washing your hands is great but you may need to bring your own towels if your concerned.
May i also ask you not to bring any extra people to the yard such as family and friends as this will just increase the risk for us all and is not necessary at this time.
as hard as it is we do need to talk to each other but try to keep that distance apart.
we are all in this together so lets think of ourselves and others please.
Any problems as always let me know
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