|Preview host||We are looking for help from genuine people with an empathy for animals and the countryside,.We have small farm which is run organically. We rear our own lambs, we also have rescued horses and other rescued animals including dogs. We have a very large garden which has many rare and ancient types of bushes/trees. All weed control, hedging etc is done by hand , we do not use sprays or heavy machinery and is therefore very time consuming. |
We have a flock of free range hens whose eggs are like you never tasted!
Our natural hedgerows and shrubbery are a haven for wild birds and insects. There is a large established badger sett with over 15 resident badgers, we have bats in our barns.
This is close to areas of special scientific interest, and natural beauty. Meres and mosses.
It is only a mile or so to the Welsh border and is near enough to the coast to spend weekends off there.
It is a perfect peaceful retreat from city/office life.
We welcome people from other countries.
|Preview host||We live and work (editors of a scientific journal) in a house built in the early 1800s with 5 hectares of land situated in rural Dumfriesshire. We keep sheep, chickens, bantams, ducks and bees as well as a pet dog and cat. We have developed the land, an upland area 200m above sea level and facing north, as a garden by planting trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants and developing a vegetable and soft fruit garden and an orchard. We have ponds and are also developing a wild flower area. We need help in the garden (e.g. planting, weeding, pruning, mowing and strimming) and tending our animals (e.g. feeding and cleaning). We can offer comfortable accommodation and good food (most of the vegetables out of the garden). We can lend bicycles to explore the area. If needed we can drive you to the nearest village to catch a bus for a day out. |
|Preview host||An organic smallholding on the edge of Tetbury - we are a short walk to the town centre. We have a lake, orchard, woodland, wild flower meadow and vegetable plots. |
The accommodation will be in a brand new shepherds hut. Hot showers and composting toilet is available on site as well as clothes washing and drying.
We are looking for Wwoofers that can muck in with all manner of jobs from irrigation, weeding, scythe work, fence and hedge laying, vegetable growing and tending. Also we may require help with our fledgling bicycle business from time to time.
Tetbury is a fantastic location to explore the Cotswolds. Bicycles are provided for use by the Wwoofers.
|Preview host||In a stunning location overlooking Ennerdale Water in the English Lake District, The Wild Wool Barn, our Farm is a family home, with a 1/2 acre plot, being developed to a "Natural Dye Garden" |
We look forward to welcoming keen gardeners from all over the world to develop the garden and eventually take part in the processes of capturing the dyes from the plants for use in the on-site spinning and weaving studio.
|Preview host||Our wood is 60 acres of chestnut coppice with stands of beech, scots pine, douglas, cedar and giant sequoia. It is the base for a collection of small enterprises: a cafe, forest school, woodland products business. And a growing number of members who come to help out and share their skills. The wood is also open to the public for walks, BBQs, camping, parties. |
We recently took over the Woods and are in the exciting early stages of developing it as a hub for artisans and an instead-of-school. Plans in the pipe-line include: chestnut cabins for visiting families and apprentices to sleep in, new workshops and studios to allow more people to work here, a swimming pond and a new meeting space.
We are looking for people who can help with some or all of the following: green wood-working, carpentry, building, gardening, forestry, maintenance, house-work, cooking, and chicken-keeping.
Our children don't go to school much so we are looking for people who enjoy having kids around.
|Preview host||We are a small, friendly farm with a vine yard, pigs, sheep and horses. |
We offer training and work experience in cider making, hedge laying, fencing, grassland management, sausage making (for those who are okay with handling meat), pig rearing and building.
Some work is physical (strimming etc), but some is much easier (bottle labelling!)...so we try to even the activities out
Our farm aims to be sustainable, being run mainly off of grid.
Accommodation is in a mobile home with full facilities, including a log burning stove.
We are on a direct bus route into the historic cities of Bath and Wells, with easy access to Bristol and other local towns. There is also a pub within walking distance.
We are flexible about hours worked per day and days of the week worked and willing to consider most proposal...
|Preview host|| We warmly welcome our neighbours from Europe, and look forward to sharing our skills, space and time with you to ensure that we all get the very best out of our time together on our small farm |
Tasks are varied each day and will include general upkeep and maintenance of the farm and Garden and our newly erected poly tunnel and some help in the house and campsite when we are busy, maybe log chopping, and looking after the animals.
Spring 2018 offers another great opportunity to learn some basic carpentry skills.
WWOOFers need to come in pairs for company, unless they are independent and happy to be by themselves maybe to learn English.
Accomodation is in a small caravan where you will be expected to prepare and cook most of your meals with food we provide. We will help you to enjoy your days off so you can explore our local area, and Brighton and possibly London, and we will go out together and walk, bike and explore.
|Preview host||We have approx fourteen acres of land which need a lot of hedging and ditching, We also have a large garden where we like to plant vegetables and flowers .We have chickens and a few elderly sheep..so always a lot to do ! |
The accomodation is a very nice self contained attic flat so a couple would be ideal, we are fairly rural although in walking distance of a small town.
|Preview host||We live in Co Down, on the east coast of the Ards Peninsula, about 20 miles east of Belfast. We have approximately 30 acres of land, mostly woodland and garden, with a few fields which are currently let to a local farmer. The 19th century arboretum contains many rare and unusual trees and shrubs; Rhododendrons, magnolias, camelias etc. We are restoring and revitalising the gardens and need help with clearing and cutting brambles, pulling ivy off trees, general clearing of fallen trees and debris and making bonfires. Also weeding, mulching and replanting, identification and labelling of trees and shrubs. |
We have an old wall covered in ivy, and needs clearing. We also have a stream which flows through the property and this has become clogged with fallen branches and debris, and we want to get it cleaned up and flowing properly. We would like help with splitting logs for the woodshed and gathering kindling. We grow a few herbs and vegetables but would like help to develop this, as well as a new area for growing flowers for cutting.
|Preview host||Hello, Although we are new WWOOF hosts we have hosted many foreign students in the past when we were more actively farming. Now we only have a few chickens and a large organic vegetable garden and coppiced woodland. A neighbor rents the grassland. We live in the Shropshire Hills so wonderful countryside for walking and wildlife. The nearest small town is Church Stretton. Historic Shrewsbury (N)and Ludlow (S)are about 15 miles away and there is train and bus connections to them for none car owners. We garden organically and rear or buy local high welfare standards meat. We are not purists but try to shop and live ethically within our means. |
We work with the seasons so seeding, planting and growing in the spring, weeding and growing in the summer and harvesting, storing, bottling, making jam in the autumn and clearing up ready for winter.
We include our students/WWOOFers as part of the family and we prepare the meals and eat together. There is always talking and banter!
|Preview host||We are a family farming business in the Scottish borders. We specialise in arable crops, free-range eggs, renewable energy and conservation. We believe that a contemporary agriculture unit should be self-sufficient and sustainable, particularly in its use of carbon, energy and water. We were winners of the Farmers Weekly “Green Farmer of the Year” award in 2013. |
The farm is 214 ha of arable land growing Spring Beans, Winter Wheat and Winter Oats. In addition, 4Ha are mixed woodland & native hedges, 6Ha in conservation crops & wild flower/ grass margins. The range for the hen unit is 16.5 Ha and is planted with 1200 native trees and 500 apple trees. We have recently added 3 new beehives which as well as producing honey also help pollinate crops.
The Farmhouse garden is wildlife friendly with established native wild flower areas. We aim to make it more productive and aspire to be self-sufficient in organic vegetables and fruit. We are in the process of setting up an organic flower cutting garden which will also be beneficial to bees and other insects.
|Preview host||A rural retreat in the beautiful Sussex countryside with woodland, ponds and a beautiful flower garden. We garden organically and are gradually becoming more biodynamic in our approach. |
Work will involve sowing, planting, cultivating and maintenance as well as opportunities to work in our ancient coppiced wood and newly planted fruit orchard
We have a few free range organic hens and we keep bees for their honey and for their benefit to the garden and plants.
Accommodation is in a wooden cabin close to the main house or in tents if preferred. Toilet and washing facilities are a short distance away from the accommodation. The cabin has electricity and heating if required. Wifi is free.
The farm is close to the sea and the towns of Hastings, Rye and Tenterden. We are only an hour and a half from London by train.
Your hosts have been gardening organically for more than 20 years and have worked with volunteers supporting them and teaching them the necessary skills for growing organic food successfully and upholding a sustainable lifestyle.
|Preview host||Small co-housing group of 4-6 adults, living consciously together, sharing our (various) spiritual, political and social values. Located in the countryside close to Findhorn, in the North of Scotland. There is a vibrant alternative population in the area, attracted by the Findhorn Foundation community, to which we are loosely affiliated, and provides much of interest. Mainly self-sufficient in organic fruit and vegetables, we manage around 2 acres of land, including a large poly-tunnel, large vegetable growing areas, and many flower beds. We eat together 2 to 3 evenings a week, sharing the cooking. Accommodation is in a small caravan in the garden, with access to a shower and toilet in the communal area. We only have accommodation and work for one WWOOFer at a time. The work is mainly in our garden, but could also include work in other gardens, a woodland, cooking, building, cleaning or general maintenance. |
We do provide Rubber boots and outdoor jackets and overalls for medium sizes.
|Preview host||Our farm lies in an area of outstanding natural beauty above the Golden Valley, close to the Black Mountains and the famous literary market town of Hay on Wye. Accommodation is a kingsize bed in a magnificent timber frame barn with its own bathroom. Work will include animal husbandry for the small flock of sheep, handful of pigs and chickens and two dogs; general small holding work such as paddock maintenance & fencing; woodland management & logging; gardening and any other chores as may arise including preparation for a family wedding. There are three hosts. Father, mother and an adult daughter studying art at the renowned Hereford Art College. |
|Preview host||Our farm is a beautiful place, where animals, birds, plants and humans all live in a natural, healthy and happy way. Our chickens, geese, ducks, guinea fowl and a turkey roam free all over the farm. We have milking goats. We have a Jersey cow with a calf and pigs. We are learning beekeeping. We grow organic vegetables and fruit and we have planted hundreds of trees. Our farm is developing in a happy organic and permaculture way. It forms the basis of our family business of writing and publishing books about using food as medicine. As a family we are firmly committed to producing natural organic food in a sustainable way. Our farm is an integral part of our business and an invaluable part of our research; the food we produce demonstrates the value of natural diet in health of humans, animals and the land. We will be happy to welcome young people who want to work with land and animals, who love our Planet and want to restore it back to health, one farm at a time. |
|Preview host||This is a 170 acre family farm situated in the middle of lovely Cornwall. We are changing farming policy now, moving from suckler cows to a dairy herd. This will be up and running from June 2017. We are managing our pastures in a mob stocking style. We are also home to the Cornwall Beaver Project (check out Facebook) and we are still taking educational visits to the farm. We are also still dabbling in some pigs, just for fun. next year we will be commencing an agro-forestry trial too.We are also keen on making cider and have an antique press that gets used every Autumn |
|Preview host||We are a family run smallholding, working on organic principles for the last 30 years. We have 14 acres, with another 50 acres on the Lizard peninsula. We have orchards, a large vegetable and soft fruit garden and keep poultry, geese, horses and bees. |
We are 5 minutes from the coast and close to many good surfing beaches.
Help required with all sorts of projects, woodland management, and green timber build, as well as the usual seasonal work.
Our busiest time is harvesting apples and crushing for juice/making cider, from September through to December.
We are happy for any unskilled labour, any skills a bonus.
Food is all home produced and eaten together.
Accommodation is in a caravan, and there is an outside shower block in an old lorry box.
|Preview host||Our house is set in 3 acres of garden and woodland in the drumlins of Co. Down with views to the Mourne Mountains and adjacent to Rowallane Gardens National Trust property. We live a mile from the village of Saintfield and approximately 15 miles to Belfast. (There is a regular bus service) We have two dogs. |
Our adult children have left home so their rooms are available for 2 WWOOFers travelling together, with use of their shower room. There is also a small sitting room with a wood burning stove and TV for use in the evenings. We want Wwoofers travelling in pairs/as a couple, no single Wwoofers please. Must be 20 years old or older.
We try to live in as eco-friendly a way as we can. We have solar panels and a wood stove. We grow some fruit and vegetables but would like help to develop this; we need assistance to increase the size of the kitchen garden, improve the soil in it and the herb beds in the main garden
|Preview host||The work is gardening and community forestry. |
The garden of 0.75 acres has a vegetable plot, a small orchard and the rest is trees, shrubs, borders and lawn. A stream runs alongside and oak woods stretch up to the neighbouring hills. The house is a mile out of the small town of Clun. Good walking country completely surrounds the house and garden.
The garden produces vegetables and fruit. The garden work is mainly in the vegetable plot, maintaining and developing borders, wood stacking, turning compost and maintaining hard surfaces and may include bigger gardening projects.
The community woodland work is within 10 miles of the house at several different sites, where volunteers work to restore and maintain natural woodland, and produce firewood.
The house is newly renovated and the accommodation is in the house.
|Preview host||We are a dairy goat farm with a small number of other animals too (pigs, sheep, hens, donkey). |
We process the milk on the farm and also have a small campsite too. We are mainly looking for help with animal husbandry - milking and feeding the goats, cheese-making and help maintaining the campsite whilst Ian builds our house (2018 - 2020).
We're not registered organic but aim to follow a low-impact, environmentally friendly method of farming. See more details on our website.
|Preview host||We are a farm in West Wales, situated above the sea. |
In 2018 we will need help to cut back overgrown hedges, gardening, fencing, painting and with various jobs around the farm and house. Accommodation is a very nice flat on the farmyard.
We have a vegetable garden an ongoing pond project which was started six years ago. Our latest project has been installing a wind turbine on the farm.
We are one mile from the bus stop at Aberarth,and three miles from Aberaeron, lifts are offered into town when we go.
There are many coastal footpaths in the area much enjoyed by our helpers.
|Preview host||We have a magical home, an old flour mill with a river running through the garden. Sadly the water wheel is long gone, but we would love to have a water wheel to generate energy, as well as our existing solar panels and an air source heat exchange pump. The two acre garden has been opened as part of the National Garden Scheme. The extensive vegetable garden has raised beds, soft fruits and a wide range of vegetables. The three acre small holding consists of sheep, chickens, ducks, pigs and bees. |
We run a B&B, listed as Cariad Room in a Magical Home on Airbnb. We also run art courses, bread making courses, cookery demonstrations, corporate days and the occasional wedding.I have comfortable accommodation for Wwoofers with free Wi-Fi. Wwoofers also have use of the hot tub next to the river.