How to help

Volunteers. We have plenty of opportunities if you want some fresh air and exercise or if you just want to spend some time on the farm. More info….

  • Shop keeper – Wednesday, Friday or Saturday. Making labels, keeping shop tidy, welcoming people and explaining how the farm works, as well as selling them produce!
  • Weeding and digging – we are forming up and manuring our beds ready for spring 2018.
  • Market garden help – sowing, planting out, weeding, watering and eventually harvesting.
  • Woodworking – we also still have a few ongoing construction projects such as transforming pallets into planters.
  • Splitting logs – we have make our own firewood to sell and always have logs and kindling to split.

Materials. All of the following are useful to us:

  • small forks and trowels
  • washed egg shells – we use these to make shell grit to keep our chickens healthy.
  • vegetable peelings – we can take your veg peelings to go into our compost.
  • sawdust – for use as litter in the chicken house, and in our off-grid toilet.
  • roof tiles – these make long-lasting terraces on our market garden beds.
  • a 4-hole hole-punch
  • surplus timber and DIY materials for our construction projects, such as making a mobile chicken house.
  • OSB boards (for making our office and teaching space in the barn.

Opportunities. We are seeking the following:

  • Markets for our vegetable sales – we can supply 10s of units of our produce – beetroot, carrots, chard, cucumber, French beans, garlic, herbs, kale, lettuce, mixed salad leaves, mange toute, onions, radish, runner beans, spinach, tomato and squash.
  • Users for our on-site services – we can host your group on-site for a variety of purposes – school visit, team-building days. You can come to volunteer or to learn or both.

Last updated 07 January 2019