|Preview host||A beautiful valley in the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. 39 acres, over 16 acres of woodland. |
We are a certified organic, small scale egg and chicken farm. We also have a small orchard and fish farm where we rear carp for the table. We're developing an education facility in the valley, as well as a Sepp Holzer Hugelkultur-inspired permaculture vegetable plot.
We are aiming to be as sustainable and self-sufficient as possible and eventually to farm completely fossil-fuel free. We are very interested in permaculture and how to apply these techniques to a commercial smallholding.
|Preview host||You will be accommodated in our cob house which we have recently built which is on a 14 acre smallholding with grazing rights on the abutting Greenham Common. We keep beef suckler cattle on the holding and common and have a quarter of an acre of vegetable garden with two polytunnels totalling 60 sq metres and numerous fruit trees. All are managed organically although we are not registered. We also keep a small number of chickens for eggs. |
Our aim is to be as self sufficient as possible for our two families by growing for 52 weeks of the year and preserving some of our seasonal surplus with the rest for sale.
Over the next couple of years we are planning to build a covered, outdoor, earthen, rocket fired kitchen , a near PassivHaus standard 20 sq m potting and seed shed with a rocket mass heater and a 30 sq m sunken polytunnel. We can offer a bit of gardening, food preservation, farming, eco-building and eco-heating according to your wishes and the time of year.
|Preview host||The estate has been in the family for over 100 years. The amenity woodlands round the main house are in the process of being converted into a 60 acre aboretum. All trees and shrubs are grown from hand collected seeds and cuttings. At present (due to lack of workers) spray has to be used but we want to stop this practice due to water courses etc. There are a host of activities that can be done from this part of Scotland of outstanding beauty and mild climate. WWOOFers can enter into other Estate operations such as work on the Horse Trials and other Estate work like fencing , road repairs , water works etc |
|Preview host||We are a relatively new smallholding in the Perthshire hills with self catering accomodation. We have geese, sheep and chickens as well as a young orchard and lots of grass. We are interested in growing and making nutritious, wholesome food while looking after and hopefully improving the land we work and live on. We have a particular interest in climate change and how to make us and our land more resilient to the changes. We are only 10 miles from Perth but quite remote with no local bus. We want to meet new people and share others enthusiasm about our planet. |
Please note we have a very limited internet connection.
|Preview host||8 acres woodland, veg plot, raises beds. Orchard. Accommodation in newly built eco-house. On-going activities - coppicing, gardening, woodland management. Cat. Dog. Pigs in summer. Tony is a film-maker, Pat is a TESOL teacher. |
Food mostly organic, home-made bread, hearty soups etc. Jam-making when soft fruit in season. We can accommodate 3 people max at the moment.
We are retired, but very active. Daughter Jess and family live next door, so young company available plus some shared work. Jess is a botanical illustrator, basket weaver and casket maker (for green burials). She and her partner are also keen climbers - a possible free-time activity they could share with woofers.
We live in a very quiet and peaceful place, half an hour from the sea and Bodmin Moor is just up the road. Good internet connection. There is a website for anyone interested in looking at Tony's films and the making of the eco-house - tonyhillfilms.net
The house is under 'projects'. There are a number of woofers helping us in the film!
|Preview host||This is mainly a livestock holding 200 acres in all, and has been here,and been organic, for 31 years. WWOOFers should be prepared for livestock work. We have a pedigree herd of Blonde cattle, and a herd of Sussexes which are organic (70 head of cattle in all at present), as are the 3 sows and followers and 80 ewes. All our produce is sold through Farmers' Markets; so WWOOFers should be prepared for the farm to be even busier on Saturdays and Sundays. We are generally 'involved' in a lot of activities, including summer showing of the Blondes. |
We are unable to accept WWOOFers who smoke or who travel by air. Don't forget to bring wellies.
At times it will be appropriate for WWOOFers, as part of the skills exchange, to be part of the farm outside of their minimum hours. This has to do with the nature of livestock work.
|Preview host||We live in a secluded little hamlet of nine houses, situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Our garden is about 1/2 an acre in size, with a mixture of shrubs, flowers, fruit trees and a vegetable bed. We live here with our two young girls and our dog. Our aim is to maintain a garden in which wildlife can thrive, as well as providing a space where we can play and relax. |
We would be co-hosting with our neighbours who own 2 acres of land, consisting of paddocks and a cottage garden, including a vegetable patch. They are currently rearing two lambs, and also own two ponies, a dog and two cats. They have two teenage children.
|Preview host||We moved to countryside in 2010 after finding & falling in love with our home & its grounds, 6 miles from Cardigan & 1 mile from coastal village of Aberporth. Property & land sits on side of the valley looking seaward. It is a haven for wildlife & for us. We share home & hearts with two elderly friendly Dobermann dogs. |
Home is a dormer bungalow, within 5 acres of woodland, stream, pasture, market gardens, & orchard. Land & house are still a work in progress as we continue to bring the holding back into work and our journey towards self sufficiency. We have interest in eco friendly methods & interested in alternative energy. We are enthusiastic learners, & turn our hand to whatever is needed to achieve our dream. Our straw bale round house is now habitable and we continue to finish inside details and some larger projects for this year include adding a porch and additional windows.
Poultry, rare breed waterfowl & dairy goats share our space. Accommodation is touring caravan/bell tent/room in house/straw bale building.
|Preview host||We are an organically run 5 acre smallholding at the foot of the Black mountain.Very soon to apply for certification with the main focus to be on local food production.Not yet set up but very soon to start prepare a one acre paddock currently being cleaned and fertilized by various poultry.I also have a small herd of welsh mountain sheep.This is a beautiful place with great walking on the mountain which is a very short walk from the back gate.Work duties to include regular animal maintainence,processing wood for the burners in the winter and the construction of a no dig market garden.Periodically will be clearing the ditches,composting hay making and a whole host of horticultural and agricultural activities |
|Preview host||We are a couple living on a small holding set on 8 acres of land and over the last seven years we’ve planted 3 acres of woodland, have a vegetable plot, pond, meadows, flock of chickens, cat and dog. Our main activities are maintenance of the land to promote wildlife, building green structures, running vegetable garden, and a small low impact campsite with tipis and yurts. We grow and use our own willow to make fences and small structures on the land, grow without use of pesticide or herbicide and make our own compost for vegetables and flower garden. Help needed: gardening (weeding, watering, planting etc.), woodland maintenance, logging, building wooden structures etc... We accommodate 1 Wwoofer or a couple at the time, for maximum period of 1 week. The accommodation is in a spare bedroom in our cottage. We are situated just 1 mile from the beautiful east coast of Anglesey and Snowdonia National Park is nearby. |
|Preview host||We are a coastal farm with land running down to the sea boarded by coastal path, ten minutes walk from Abereiddy beach, four miles from St David's (smallest city in Europe). Its a mixed organic farm with Welsh Black suckler herd with calves. |
Pigs - rare breed, Oxford Sandy & Black which are free range and enjoy life.
We grow heritage cereal crops - Black Oats, Barley and Hemp.
COCA is a CSA project, one of the first in Wales, established in 2010 and now serving fifty families, which bestows a community spirit on our farm.
Come and work on our farm and enjoy joy of working with nature in wonderful surroundings and find your free spirit.
Farm ~ Food ~ Fun :-)
|Preview host||We are a husband and wife, living in a small cottage with a wood burning stove, which is our only source of heating and hot water, and a fair sized organic vegetable garden, with raised beds, on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds. David is a wood sculptor and as well as work in the garden, requires help chopping, stacking, gathering and moving a lot of wood, some pieces of which are quite large. For this reason, a man or a couple would be preferred. |
Accommodation is a large, vintage caravan with a very comfortable bed and a wood burning stove. Bathroom facilities are shared within the cottage and bedding and towels are supplied. Wifi is limited, though 4G is available.
You can expect home cooked Vegan/Vegetarian food, and weather permitting, Storytelling around our camp fire some nights (your hosts are both professional Storytellers and Community Artists!).
We are situated 5miles from the nearest village, and there is no bus, though we are quite happy to give lifts within reason.
We look forward to welcoming you into our home!
|Preview host||For 2018 only experienced horse riders need apply. If you are a couple then at least one of you must be experienced. Also I would prefer that you come for at least 3-4 weeks and more if it works out. There may be indoor basic carpentry/restoration type work at times. |
We have one acre of garden and the rest is croftland for Shetland sheep, Highland cows, 2 Highland ponies, ducks, hens, bees and the occasional pig. Jobs - planting out veg, weeding, picking fruit, strimming, cutting grass, fencing repairs, dry-stone dykeing, clipping sheep(end July/beg Aug). I have one milking cow which will need milking from April.
Kayaks, bikes, sea-fishing, brown trout fishing. Accommodation in separate well insulated cabin (with loo but no heating) next to the house but you would eat and live with us during the day. We are 1 mile from the sea and there are sandy beaches near by. There will be an opportunity to learn basket-making and spinning.
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|Preview host||Camphill Community Mourne Grange is an integrated therapeutic Community where international volunteers live and work alongside adults with special needs. |
Volunteer co-workers coming to stay in Mourne Grange live in house communities with adults with learning disabilities and their long-term co-workers.
The tasks of co-workers include helping with the household chores as well as supporting the residents with their care needs. All co-workers take part in the cultural and festival activities, which we celebrate together as a Community.
As well as living and working in a house community, every volunteer co-worker supports our workshops, such as the bakery, food processing, laundry, woodwork shop, weavery or the LAND (GARDEN, FARM & ORCHARD) for several hours each day.
Application from this site would be prioritised for the work in the garden/farm.
|Preview host||This is an exciting place to WWOOF, where we work hard... and play hard! We are a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) scheme for people in Leamington Spa and the surrounding area, growing veg (and fruit) for 150+ households. We grow approximately 10 acres of field vegetables, 7 large polytunnels and a 2 acre orchard. We were established by and for the local community to provide sustainable and organic food in harmony with nature, with people not profit at the core. |
|Preview host||We have a large vegetable plot on a dairy farm (wildlife friendly but not organic) in the Blackmore Vale in Dorset. The plot was formerly part of an organic market garden run by my partner and myself and has two polytunnels, one of which we 'landshare' with two local families. We need help maintaining, and in places rescuing, the plot and becoming more self-sufficient. Hours are flexible and helpers will work alone as well as with us. We have a barn dance at the end of the summer which we appreciate having some extra help with. The date for this year's dance is 1st September and we need help with preparations during the week before this. We have two children aged 9 and 14 who go to school. Accommodation is in a static caravan with a kitchen for self-catering, though there will be shared meals. The farm is 1 mile from the village which has a pub. Our nearest towns are Sherborne, Sturminster Newton, Dorchester, Yeovil and Blandford Forum. |
|Preview host||We are an intentional community of about 50 people (adults and children) living in separate self-contained units within a Georgian manor house, stable block and cottages on 40 acres of land. We work the farm co-operatively with the aim of producing a substantial part of our food including meat, milk, eggs, fruit and vegetables. |
We accept volunteers from March through to November. We generally host up to 3 volunteers for stays of 14 days. You may be working on just about any job on the farm: with the animals, gardening or on the grounds and farm buildings.
Accommodation is in a shared room with adjoining galley kitchen and shower room. We also have space for camping, with showers and toilets close by. There is a large kitchen and other communal rooms where you can relax.
We provide food for you to self-cater most meals. We have a communal meal every Saturday evening.
|Preview host||We live in a Georgian house with over 20 acres of woodland and over 3 acres of garden including a walled garden and large greenhouse. We are restoring the garden which includes mature trees and shrubs , herbaceous borders and we also grow vegetables. We are half a mile from Broughshane on the edge of the Glens of Antrim and 10 miles from the coast. Accommodation will be in the house with us, each person can have their own individual room. |
|Preview host||If you like rough, rural and amazing views, you'd do well here. |
Help is required with sowing, planting, weeding, picking, strimming, mowing, jam and chutney making. We gather seaweed and manure throughout the year for fertilizing. People with practical building and maintenance skills are very welcome. I am away some days working, I prefer couples or people who are happy to work on their own.
I have livestock on the croft, hens and sheep, two friendly collie dogs, Jack and Fingal, and two outside cats, who will distract you in the garden. I am a relaxed timekeeper who enjoys having people around on the croft and although both rural and remote, there is a good social life within our friendly community. We all enjoy eating our own locally grown meat and locally caught shellfish and fish.
We have a variable and unpredictable climate, ranging from cold, wet and windy to hot and sunny sometimes within a day, so come prepared!
Always a good idea to call and find out about alternative possibilities for getting to Scoraig. Check out extended description.
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Friendly, uncomplicated farming family . C16th house with big garden and grounds. Grandad has large vegetable garden and greenhouse . Orchards 5-6 acres woodland with stream separate to our family 400 acre farm. Help with Labradors and pups during season. Lambing in Spring
|Preview host||The Castle is located at the top of the Ards peninsula in County Down, Northern Ireland. Our closest town is Newtownards and Bangor. Belfast is a 40 minute drive from the Castle. We are one mile from the Irish sea, the closest beach is Millisle. On the other side of the peninsular is Strangford Lough, a beautiful and clean haven for wildlife. Local amenities in the Castle include a grocery store EuroSpar and post office. There is a local bus station with direct busses to Belfast via Newtownards. There are 2 bicycles available for wwoofers to use to explore the local area. |
|Preview host||300 acre organically run farm in S.W. Scotland, using biodynamic sprays. 4 miles from local harbour town of Kirkcudbright. We have 450 Lleyn sheep ,which we lamb in March and April, and shear in June/July. All grassland pastures with wildlife ponds and newly planted native tree woodlands. The farm is run by Charlie and Elaine, and 3 working Collie dogs. We also have 2 holiday cottages for tourists. Beautifully set farm,with stunning views, but quite isolated. Accommodation is in self-contained flat on the farm, all meals provided. Help needed to work with the sheep, woodlands, veg. garden, dry-stone dyking and general farm maintanance. |
|Preview host||Organic market garden business established 10 years. Organic Angus suckler herd on farm operated as separate business. Looking for help with all aspects of organic garden including polytunnels and raised bed work. Will be working with female owner and friends with a good mix of hard work and social interaction. Lunch and evening meal provided on working days. Also breakfast ingredients. Free time on evenings and weekends to relax or explore the local area. |
|Preview host||We are an organic family farm located in Ceredigion. We have been making artisan cheese from raw milk here for more than 30 years and we also have a Distillery: the first,organic, farmhouse distillery in the UK. We are about 1 mile from the main road and are surrounded by beautiful wooded valleys with our own spring which feeds the farm. We are only 8 miles from the breath-taking Cardigan Bay Coast. |
Glynhynod Farm translates in Welsh to REMARKABLE VALLEY and indeed it is! We keep pigs and cows too - who also need some looking after - and a future project is to have a dairy herd. We are organic and Soil Association approved.
We look forward to hearing from you!
|Preview host||We have 100 acre mixed family farm with an emphasis on conservation and wildlife. In a lovely, quiet rural location in West Wales - yet close to a small village i.e. walking distance of bus route, shop, pubs etc. We have a herd of suckler cows, a flock of sheep and grow cereals. We use no sprays on our crops. Market towns are 7'ish miles away on bus routes. As well as normal farming, conservation, house and garden jobs, we have various projects ongoing, including hedgelaying, woodland improvement and building renovation. Depending on the time of year various types of jobs are available. Accommodation will be with us in the house. We are approximately 10 miles from the coast and on the Teifi Trail (walking) |
|Preview host||2 acres. one-third acre orchard + poultry, two-thirds veg, (polytunnels/soft fruit/herbs). Ducks and chickens for eggs. We share milking goats for milk, yogurt & pot cheese. Currently using traditional organic cultivation and rotation with biodynamic applications. No-dig systems and permaculture forest garden. Organic since 1998. Aim to live a sustainable lifestyle using organic, biodynamic and permaculture systems. Can teach organic gardening - all areas, countryside conservation and management, polytunnel growing. Winner of Soil Association 'Best Box Scheme Award in 2002' although we no longer run a veg box we do attend regular markets. Diana is a medical herbalist. Opportunities for herbal work is limited by need and season. This is a busy working smallholding and we welcome visits from enthusiastic people who like to get involved and want to prepare for this lifestyle themselves. Close to coast and moors with beautiful walks. Great vegetarian food (please specify any other special dietary needs when you apply) and varied and extensive library. Rob used to wwoof. Ideal for enthusiastic people who want to experience smallholding. |
|Preview host||Organic 4.5 acre smallholding in the Lincolnshire Wolds AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) with large vegetable garden, orchard, bees, chickens, ducks and sheep. We live as an extended family with 4 generations currently resident, and have been here for 16 years. |
Ongoing is our hand-built house project using locally sourced materials and traditional means of construction. We also have 3 loveable dogs living on-site. Lots of food (home-grown where possible) available and plenty of opportunities to explore the area, with footpaths on our door step.
Help always needed with the garden and building projects, plus day-to-day management of livestock.
We work from home, running an architectural practice, with other ventures planned for the future, including:
- Blacksmith's forge
- Green woodworking
- Education centre
Non-smokers only, please.
|Preview host||We are 10 minutes from Brighton and have 54 acres of sheep grazed pastureland. There are a variety of jobs here, we really need help with our eco-campsite and setting up systems i.e. composting. Chainsaw and logging skills also very helpful. Also pruning our 70 tree young orchard, weeding, seedling sowing (in barn) and transplanting. Early in year, starting off veg seedlings, then its work helping with eco-camping facilities - any skills in solar arrays for hot water and electricity very welcome. Some conservation work - we have encroaching scrub on Bronze Age monuments to sort out sometime.. |
|Preview host||We are Ben and Vicky Lyons. We have a small farm in a very rural location on the Mendip Hills - 15miles to Bath, Bristol and Glastonbury. We grow and dry Calendula flowers to infuse into plant oils and make natural skincare products. We also grow vegetables, raise sheep, and occasionally pigs and cows mostly for our own consumption. |
We need help picking flowers and loading dryers. There is also work to be done in the garden, around the farm and looking after animals.
We generally follow organic standards, although we are not certified. We have a no dig policy in the garden and use many permaculture ideas.
We have a caravan for woofers to sleep in near to the house with access to the house for bathing, and use of the toilet. Also plenty of space for parking and camping. Electricity available
We love to get together for meals (we do eat well) but long hours and a young daughter prevent much evening socialising for us.
|Preview host||We run a small residential retreat centre in the heart of the Sussex countryside, hosting meditation retreats and similar spiritually-related events. We host people in our house and also in cabins and bell tents in the grounds: we have some lovely accommodation, and this is also where Woofers will stay. Our garden is only 2 acres but it has enough in it for a much bigger garden! We have a massive kitchen garden, two greenhouses, a polytunnel, and lots of fruit and soft fruit. In summer the garden is overflowing with fruit. We have also just finished creating a swimming pond, which is a lovely place to just sit and contemplate (or swim, of course). We also have a sauna (Woofers may use), a treehouse, Ping-Pong room, and lots of quiet places to be in nature. We are set in beautiful Sussex countryside with extensive walks and cycle rides in the vicinity. Please note that we only take weekend woofers, there is no point on contacting us for longer stays - thank you. |
|Preview host||We are a Camphill, an intentional community situated in Bristol city boundaries, based on the principles of Anthroposophy. Currently 12 people live and work in the community with a diverse range of ages (23 - 70), nationalities and characters. We share work tasks and engage with each other in cultural and social activities, for example by celebrating seasonal festivals which are an important part of our communal life, or by exploring and learning together about different topics. Please respect these values and come with an open mind and the will to have new experiences. |
We aim to promote mental health through our community living and working and have a registered care home on site, offering support to people and their well-being.
We would like help with the garden and the preserving of our produce over the summer. Please see extended description for more info, including our to-do-list, which gets updated constantly!
1. As we have a care home on site, WWOOFers must be at least 18.
2. Applications are processed on a first-come, first-served basis.
|Preview host||Our cottage is a beautiful, old stone cottage, on the southern edge of the Peak District, Britain's first national park. An area of immense beauty and a paradise for walkers and climbers.We are also only 6 miles from Alton towers, Britains premier theme park |
It is a smallholding of some 1 1/2 hectares. We keep sheep, pigs, poultry and bees. We also have extensive fruit and vegetable gardens and a polytunnel. We aim to live naturally and sustainably, growing as much of our own meat, fruit, vegetables and wine as time and labour allow. We have three children, so foreign WWOOFers, from different cultures are particularly welcome. Of course, any WWOOFers who share our values and work ethic, and have a sense of humour, will be welcomed.
On a practical note, we can provide a caravan for 2 people and cooking and toilet facilities.
There is a shop, pub and cafe in our village.
|Preview host||"As a volunteer here you are appreciated for who you are, not only for what you do." |
We are a school for spiritual education and retreat centre dedicated to the art of self-discovery. Set in the heart of the Scottish Borders, we have offered a complete education in what it means to be human for over forty years. The school draws on the wisdoms of many traditions, the guiding principle being the Unity of Existence.
Volunteers are a vital part of life here. You may be involved in diverse activities ranging from working in the organic garden, to cooking a feast, splitting timber, putting up yurts or caring for chickens. As a volunteer, you are welcome to participate in all aspects of the Institute including study and meditation.
WWOOFers may come throughout the year but please get in touch with us for availability. Please see below for specific help needed.
|Preview host||We have lived here for 9 years, totally renovating the house and land. There is three acres of terraced Welsh hillside with; woodland, rambling cottage gardens, orchard, soft fruit and vegetables in a tranquil dramatic and secluded setting. |
We garden organically and live in harmony with the land and the seasonal wheel.,
Being mainly vegetarian, aiming to be self sufficient in vegetables, fruit, and wine.
. The land is fed with our own compost, and local horse manure,
The ornamental garden is a haven for wildlife.
The woodland is being thinned and coppiced, both for light and firewood,
We now rent out 2 eco lodges in the summer, so sensitivity to guests is necessary. We always have building and landscaping projects on the go, so especially like wwoofers who have experience and enjoy this kind of work.
All our achievements have only been possible with the help of wwoofers, all of whom have thoroughly enjoyed the house, garden, food, accommodation, conversation and laughter.
The work is always varied with wwoofers talents and experiences utilised and appreciated
|Preview host||Help sought to repair our dry stone walls before mid June.It is fascinating work, like a physical meditation. A sound physique is required. We have no other vacancies this year. |
We have a small herd of native irish moiled cattle and free range chickens in the style of Joel Salatin. We also grow fruit and vegetables for our own needs. The farm is an old hill farm with excellent views to the sea It is fascinating work, like a physical meditation. A sound physique is required.and the Mourne Mountains. Its a great place for people who like the outdoors. Dublin and Belfast are accessible for weekend breaks. Please upload a photo of yourself before applying. We wont offer a place before seeing you.
|Preview host||Large, beautiful country house and garden and deer farm in Perthshire at foot of the Highlands. |
We need help with house and garden including weeding, gardening; apple picking & juicing in September and October. Someone who has the skills to help repair the woodwork on an old greenhouse would be very useful.
You must be adaptable and happy with varied tasks working outdoors, including:
clearing fallen trees & chipping
Clearing gorse and burning
Stripping and painting old doors on the farm building and greenhouse.
Picking Apples and Juicing (October)
Experience with garden tools and machinery useful, not essential
No smoking inside the house
Large Victorian house ideally located to visit various places in Scotland - bus runs from bottom of front drive. Surrounded by amazing walking from here.
Living in a bedroom in the house, sharing family meals with us and mucking in with the family of 2 adults and 3 children. You must like animals as we have dogs, horses and a house rabbit.
No catering for vegetarians or vegans
|Preview host||Farm with livestock -cows and sheep - and woodland. Also part of 3 lochs where there is fishing with boat(coarse). Calving and lambing takes place in March and April. Tennis Court. Horse riding available with suitable terrain. 1 mile from sea. Bus service from farm entrance. Train station at Dumfries. Tractor and ATV. Various other equipment |
|Preview host||1500s Welsh longhouse. Accommodation in self-contained double-bedded cottage and/or twin-bedded room in house. 13 acre field plus 5 acres round house. Organic walled fruit and veg garden 450 sq m. Includes wall-trained fruit. 12 long raised vegetable beds. Potager. Greenhouse. Shrubbery, laburnum tunnel. Large orchard. |
Work needed: fruit and veg cultivation (including sowing, transplanting and harvesting); composting; mulching; digging; lots of weeding. Management of woodland and orchard; hedges; strimming; mowing; seasonal pond clearance; pruning. Collection and storage of wood for the winter stoves.
Interests: music – two grand pianos! Thousands of books. Brian good at DIY; Alison skilled cook. Cottage has kitchen but WWOOFer(s) would eat with us. Cats and hens. Cardiff 35 minutes by car.
|Preview host||Our 70 acre woodland lies in a secluded valley on the western edge of the Brecon Beacons, it is a haven for wildlife and we share the land with a huge variety of birds, amphibians, reptiles, insects, fungi, lichen, plants and trees. |
We are establishing a "One Planet Development", building our own home and taking care of our own needs, growing our own food and earning an income from the land.
We grow mushrooms and work with the timber the woodland provides. We are also creating the growing spaces in the woodland for our annual and perennial crops using agroforestry as our design strategy.
We welcome everyone who wants to help us realize our vision of off-grid self reliance. There is an a-framed guest cabin in the woodland powered by solar PV, with adjacent compost toilet and shower facilities. Volunteers will have to be able to look after themselves for breakfast and dinner but we will have lunch together.
If you want to know more about what we are doing or have any questions just give us a call.
|Preview host||Rural, bordering on isolated, croft on the Isle of Skye with breathtaking views of Mountains, Castle, Loch and Outer Hebrides. We are transitioning a croft and house to become self-sustainable. |
Help is needed with composting facility, compost toilets, carpentry, fencing, alternative energy, growing vegetables and tree planting.
There is the opportunity to meet with the wider permaculture and local food producer community by taking part in the Glendale Highland Market on Tuesdays in the summer. The market is organised and promoted by the host.
|Preview host||We are an international college with students from around 10 countries, situated in north east England. Our college is in a beautiful rural area, in the middle of 30 acres of park and gardens, also inhabited by our local wildlife (deer, rabbits, foxes..) and we have a big walled garden where we grow organic vegetables for own consumption and we have chicken, geese and ducks. |
You are welcome to join us as a volunteer helper for 3 weeks up to 2 months or more at our residential college, where students and staff live. Our courses run all year around. We welcome groups and also individual guests who come to help with some of the many tasks at hand, and enjoy the community life and team spirit in our international college. The daily life here is rich with cultural activities!
|Preview host||Country House with Walled Garden, Cookery School, Events Venue and farm shop looking for helpers to work in the Victorian Walled Garden, and if interested at events or in the school and the shop! |
|Preview host||We are an education, retreat and therapy centre based on a farm in Northern Ireland. It is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company. The core activities are rooted in nature, in the landscape of Co Fermanagh and its ecosystems. These include horticulture therapy, ecotherapy, indoor therapies including counselling and psychotherapy, creative arts, professional training, and courses. We will be teaching people how to grow food whilst actively supporting biodiversity. |
The farm is 25 acres of non-progressive farmland. It has small fields and a river creates the southern boundary. We have a number of outbuildings that are due to be refurbished. We have started out horticulture therapy service and have on e poly tunnel and some raised beds.
We will be getting hens and some grazing animals on-site during the course of 2017.
|Preview host||VOLUNTEERS WANTED THIS WEEK! We are located in stunningly beautiful Argyll on the west coast of Scotland. This Natural Sanctuary consists of 14 acres of woodland, meadow, a river, organic garden and free range chickens plus house and outbuildings. I am here managing Comraich on my own. My partner from India visits for 4 months every year and we travel around and run singing workshops. My vision is for Comraich to become a flourishing sanctuary and permaculture project for wild life and biodiversity, open to day visitors and people interested in nature, walking, cycling, stargazing, birdwatching, art retreats. I offer regular chanting evenings and wild singing weekends here in the grounds. I need help with all types of practical work, indoors and out. There is no mobile signal and very limited internet access. EXPERIENCED AND SKILLED PEOPLE ESPECIALLY WELCOME |
|Preview host||Our house is set in 100 acres of rural Norfolk, 6 miles from the renowned North Norfolk coast. Our nearest village is Hillington. We have a large garden surrounded with woodland and a lake. We have a walled garden where we grow lots of fruit and vegetables to feed family and friends and beyond this paddocks with either horses or cows in them and finally some arable land which is not farmed by us. We also keep free range chickens in the walled garden. |
Accommodation is a self contained flat within the main house. There is a kitchen, sitting room with TV and wifi, bedroom with double bed and ensuite bathroom.
Help welcomed from individuals or couples with some experience of outside work and practical skills. Work would include mowing, weeding, pruning, painting, clearing in the woods, strimming if able, leaf blowing, picking vegetables, watering - all the normal jobs you would expect in garden/woodland. We always have clearing projects, fencing projects on the go.
|Preview host||Our heavy horses Bill and Ben are the power for all the work done in the fields and around the farm. |
We grow specialty vegetables, beautiful salads, unusual herbs and edible flowers for chefs in London and Cambridge, and families in the local community.
We are one of the only commercial horse powered farms in the country and are in the process of becoming organic and biodynamic certified.
We welcome visitors who want to learn about sustainable farming through being part of a hard working, dynamic team. We prefer Wwoofers over the age of 21 who are motivated, independent and conscientious of others.
If you are interested in visiting us, please write to us and tell us a bit about yourself and why you are interested in visiting our farm.
|Preview host||Workers co-op. Our aim is to live lightly on the earth and work with the earth. Interests: basket making, teaching permaculture, Sharing Nonviolent Communication, blacksmithing, bee keeping, felt making, climate change campaigning, socialising, walking, swimming in sea, making music, meditation, yoga. |
15 acre smallholding situated 2 miles from Durham. Excellent bus service and rail link. Good cycle networks and walks. Near to coast. Accommodation for 1 or couple.
We also run one long WWoof camp in the summer.Own cooking area (food provided) lunches and one evening meal shared per week. Solar shower or, wash in river (summer only!) or public baths. Long term WWOOFers have use of washing machine. Off grid so electricity limited; small turbine and solar panels, compost toilet. Rainwater collected, drinking water from own well. Work: organic veg box, ecological building, hens, sheep, track making, fencing, gate making, fruit picking, tree planting, coppicing, felling. Hours generally 10 am - 4pm mon-fri. We don't take smokers or heavy drinkers or wwoofers who have flown unless from afar with a long stay visit planned in the UK.
|Preview host||Total of 4 acres includes orchards, grass, gardens, pools, many trees and shrubs, hedges. Vegetables, soft fruit, meat for family use; also plums and apples for own use and for sale. Livestock: Sheep and chickens. 2 households - grandparents and younger family, with cats. Accommodation: house-quality timber frame cabin in the garden, meals and bathroom in the house. We've been hosts since 1984. The children have now become young adults, and are often here in the Summer. They know French and Spanish better than us! Work, which we try to make varied and interesting, usually includes vegetable gardening and firewood jobs. |
|Preview host||Organic farm in High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Views to South Downs National Park (approx 30 mins) Ashdown Forest (approx 15 mins) East Sussex is where William the Conquer invaded England in 1066; very much a medieval landscape. I own 26 acres (plus 35 rented) 32 Sussex beef cattle with calves, 12 pigs, 1/2 acre of vegetable garden, 50 plus Light Sussex chickens. Two ponds. Hadlow Down has pub which can be walked to. Local shop is Buxted (approx 1 mile away) We live in Eco-log cabin. Accommodation - small room in the home, or camping available if preferred. Have wood gasification boiler, underground rainwater tank and reed bed. Try to be self sufficient as possible and also have farm gate sales. Aim to provide local food to local people. BBQ for cooking as well as kitchen. Duties: weeding, planting, harvesting/watering vegetables, creation of vegetable beds, cattle movement, cutting/splitting wood. Feeding and cleaning out chicken house. Collecting eggs, fencing, haymaking and general maintenance. Please email |
|Preview host||The farm is in a quiet glen approximately 5km from the small village of Glenelg in NW Scotland. Within the Glen are two of the best preserved Iron Age Brochs in mainland Britain which draw visitors all year round. We have two commercial polytunnels in which we grow a range of organic vegetables, predominantly salad leaves which are sold through local outlets. Assistance is required with all aspects of vegetable growing and harvesting throughout the season, from March to November. There is also a small coffee shop run from a vintage Showman’s wagon for which we also need help. |
Self catering accommodation provided in wooden bothy, compost toilet and cooking facilities, with shower facilities nearby. Bicycles available for trips to the seaside or village (shop and pub), local bus service for journeys further afield.