We run a range of informal education activities for children and young people at the Farm. Volunteers (aged 18+) support the Youth Team by getting hands on and creating fun, interesting and educational sessions.
The ‘Youth Volunteer’ role provides a great opportunity for anyone looking to gain experience in outdoor education and to give back to their community. Experience with animals, gardening, cooking or crafts is useful, but FAR more important is a person who is enthusiastic, patient and supportive to our young people.
See below for more information about each specific project and any vacancies we are currently recruiting for.
Young Farmers Club is a free weekly club for local children to get involved with all aspects of a working farm. Club members (aged 8-13) help with mucking out and caring for animals, maintain their own vegetable plot, learn about conservation as well as cooking and craft activities.
The Club meets every Saturday throughout the year with two groups coming from 10am-12:30pm and 2pm-4:30pm.
Volunteers would need to commit to attending regularly on Saturdays from 9:45am – 4:45pm.
Farm Club is a one-off session held during the school holidays that enables young people aged 8-13 years old to get more involved in the Farm and take part in animal care, gardening, craft and conservation activities. All sessions run from 10am-4pm. The next holiday programme we deliver will be in May 2019 full details about the activities available here.