1971 Paul Cadbury & City of Birmingham Chief Education Officer, Mr K.Brooksbank, collaborate on setting up regular school visits to Chapmans Hill Farm. BVT Architects Department draw up plans.
1972 September. Reconditioned barn opens for free visits from Birmingham schools. Alex Cork appointed as the teacher in charge. Tom Jones appointed by the Worgan Trust as Farm Manager
1973 Agreement with Worcestershire County Council for 2 visits a month from WCC schools. This arrangement ceased a few years later.
1980 Money Lane School Farm classroom open for half day visits by BCC Nursery & Infant classes. A purpose built classroom on Worgan Trust land with pig, duck and chicken buildings. Sheep in the paddock and cattle provided by Tom Jones. John Llewellyn appointed as resident on site farm teacher with additional weekend farm duties.
1987 July Alex Cork retires. Visits continue with a temporary teacher until April 1988 Nina Hatch is appointed as Head of Centre.
1991 New toilets & disabled ramp access at Chapmans Hill make the building more accessible.
2000 Tom Jones retires. Worgan Trust appoint Peter Charles as tenant farmer at Chapmans Hill. In 2002 he marries Emma Hillman.
2007 Peter & Emma Charles move their dairy herd and family to Mount Pleasant Farm, a BVT tenancy, near Wythall. Worgan Trust starts to plan a new classroom on the site.
2008 John Llewellyn retires. Becky Lynch appointed by BCC as Centre Manager at Money Lane School Farm.
2008 – 9 Mount Pleasant School Farm classroom is sustainably designed, then built by Spellar Metcalfe for the Worgan Trust.
October 2009 Nina & Key Stage 2 age visits move here while Becky Lynch and younger children transfer to Chapmans Hill.
2010 Staffing cutbacks by BCC mean Becky Lynch is made redundant and all school visits of any age move to Mount Pleasant School Farm.
July 2014 BCC Outdoor Learning Service closes . Worgan Trust continue with farm visits now enabling schools from any area to book an educational visit to the farm.
January 2015 Mount Pleasant becomes a CIO with Trustees from the Worgan Trust, heavily supported by the Trust’s funds. Nina continues as self-employed centre manager joined by Nicola Jennings in 2017.