|Preview host||We are a sustainable organic hill farm on Loch Fyne. We have 6 Jersey cows, who are milked for 6 months of the year. The milk is used to make cheese/yogurt/butter in our new onsite cheesery. The production and selling of these are in the early stages. We also have 60 hens, selling the eggs at the road end, along with home made farm produce and crafts everyday. We grow our fruit and veg in the poly tunnels. Our 4 Collie dogs are incredibly friendly and varying degrees of sheepdog qualifications, the youngest is still in training. We also grow and sell flowers in the garden for local charities. |
Great Auntie Lyd is the hardest working member, and 92 years old! We take joy in looking after and supporting everyone on the farm. There is often a lot of people to feed and so there is a massive range of the help needed: in the garden, in the kitchen, making cheese, milking cows, training sheepdogs! We aim to carry out all our small enterprises in a sustainable way.
|Preview host||A 10 acre Soil Association licenced organic small holding with pasture, woodland, lake, walled garden and kitchen garden. |
Growing seasonal produce in walled garden and orchard (apples, pears, plums, gages, cherries & quince). Laying hens, and pair of Red Poll/ store lambs/ 2-3 pigs. New soft fruit area planted out 2011/12.
Woodland provides firewood & some timber. Some hedgelaying and coppicing November to March.
Small scale seasonal organic fruit & veg box scheme (May-November) & deliveries to organic market in Norwich.
Guest accommodation in main house or cottage on site with central heating, 1 double & 1 single bedroom, living room, bathroom with shower (Cottage being renovated 2017) Meals with us in barn conversion next door but self catering available if preferred. Space for tents on site if needed. Particularly interested in weekend WWOOFers but extended stays possible in school holidays: 29/5/17-2/6/17 and 24/7/17 - 1/9/17
|Preview host||We work with 40 acres of land, with garden, woodlands and grazing in a sheltered valley two miles from the sea in north Pembrokeshire. We need help with our vegetable gardens, milking, coppicing our woodlands and generally caring for the land. |
We have a family of jersey cows, sheep, ponies, ducks and hens.
There is always great variety of tasks to help with and our practical guidance in tackling them.
We adopt organic practices and regard the health of this land as a main priority. We seek to make our holding significantly independent in food, fuel and power and share this goal with like-minded neighbours. We practise various healing skills and love to celebrate the Earth’s cycles with music around a fire.
There is a community barn where we have yoga, chi gong, music nights and run small informal healing and creative workshops.
Food is provided for the self-catering flat and some shared meals. We have some beautiful camping spaces. Phone to discuss options.
|Preview host||We live in the Yorkshire Dales, in a big sustainable development house. We also have a straw bale house to lend to vistors. We need help with the vegetable gardens, looking after the chickens, and are now interested in getting help with designing and installing a hydroelectric system, to complement the PV panels and solar water system, already installed. Other work involves stone walls, general building repairs, land drains, gardening, lawn mowing, small building projects etc. |
Visitors have their own small house, web access, all meals etc. Happy family home, Christian, mostly vegetarian. Police check required.
|Preview host||I have a 2acre smallholding on a south west facing slope. It was a derelict nursery when I moved here 20 years ago. I am still developing the site using permaculture principles. I grow a few vegetables that I sell from the garden gate. I get plenty of fruit from an orchard and soft fruit bushes I planted about 12 years ago. I have 10 hens, a cat and a friendly dog, and also 5 allotments which are operated on a land share basis. There is a stand of willow and I am developing a copse from ash trees we've coppiced. I still have plenty of projects and ideas which I need help with including planting a wildflower meadow and sorting firewood. |
|Preview host||Smallholding with 3 bedroom house; 0.1 hectare fruit + veg garden; 0.8 hectare field starting development as orchard and vegetable area; 1 hectare forest. This isn't a commercial operation. It is a move to a more eco friendly lifestyle. It isn't mechanised. Besides the listed hours, some help with food preparation in the evenings is expected. The surrounding area is very rural and scenic within the North Yorkshire Moors National park. The main activity outside of work is walking and cycling. You need to be reasonably fit to take advantage. You can't get here by public transport on a Sunday and I don't have a car to pick you up. |
|Preview host||We are an off grid farm of approximately 100 acres on the Staffordshire Derbyshire border, overlooking the beautiful wooded Churnet valley. The farm is run on organic and permaculture principles and is a mix of woodland, orchard and field crops with a small eco campsite set amongst the woodland and meadows. |
There is a focus on plants and their uses, with research into alternative perennial food crops and the many different uses for the plants around us.
|Preview host||We are 125 acre pastoral farm situated on the outskirts of Ilminster in Somerset, producing 100% grass-fed beef & lamb as well as raising pastured meat chickens (Joel Salatin style) and Christmas geese. We follow Holistic, Regenerative and Organic farming principles to ensure we produce the healthiest meat from the happiest animals whilst also working with nature to enhance and diversify the ecology of our farm. |
Our produce is marketed directly to the end consumer through our website and we hope very soon to be able to launch a small shop on the farm.
Volunteers can learn about our organic and regenerative farming practices and develop skills in animal husbandry, low stress livestock handling, Holistic Management, mob-grazing, pasture-raising poultry, construction projects, direct retailing, social media and digital marketing. We also hope to learn from you and would be delighted to utilise any skills and expertise that you would like to share.
|Preview host||Based on the edge of Brobourne Forest, we make green timber buildings, charcoal, have an orchard and very keen on promoting Biochar. A small Vineyard next door is keeping us busy. can teach green woodworking/coppicing, always expanding our skill set. |
|Preview host||The Centre is a land-based social enterprise. Over the past 13 years the charity has been developing a formerly derelict 23 acre farm as a cultural and environmental centre. The project is in an area of outstanding natural beauty and Welsh speaking communities. |
This year the work will be mainly creating a stone paved garden and paths and making outdoor oak benches, door and windows
The work is physically demanding and the accommodation basic but homely. We can accommodate up to 6 volunteers at any one time. The setting is an extraordinary open maritime landscape of rugged coastline and rolling hills,
. The centre is fairly remote and the nearest shop & pub is at Aberdaron a small coastal village 4 miles away.
|Preview host||Our project is to develop this barren agricultural field (13.5 acres) into a mixed use farm growing cereals, fruits and vegetables, employing principles of permaculture and forest gardening as well as managing the land to encourage biodiversity. Because we are bakers we have been growing old varieties of wheat to use in our breads and cakes. We are just at the beginning of this project. We have had 3 years of harvests of buckwheat, oats and wheat. This year the land is largely fallow, we have planted clover cover crops, but do have test plots of different types of heritage grains. We are also making this spring 6 vegetable gardens to supply ourselves and the bakery which is in London. The farm is certified with the Soil Association and is in conversion to organic. We are currently building a yurt, and have a large bell tent (and other tents for guests). There is no electricity or mains water, but we have compost toilet and are developing the rainwater harvesting facilities for irrigation and drinking. |
|Preview host||Live in warm static caravan with cathedral views |
Running Biomass boiler,
feeding animals pigs goats sheep calves chickens
Picking fruit grapes cherries apples pears plums
tidying and improving area around caravan and boiler
|Preview host||Situated South Lakes, close to good walking/biking country. |
Three orchards, apple and damson. Managed traditionally - no chemicals.
Veg grown on organic principles. Flower garden and glasshouse, polytunnel. Propagation for table top sales.
NGS open gardens and orchards July.
Help required in seasonal orchard work and fruit juice production/bottling.
some inside work bottling and juicing. Guidance with orchard/garden techniques given.
Couples/good friends welcome as work is often easier and more fun with two pairs of hands!
Our home is a very small traditional cottage. Volunteer accommodation: One double bedroom, one attic double bedroom. One bathroom shared with hosts. Home cooking,
Weekend WWOOFers welcome. Possibility of house sit on occasions.
Phone evenings for quick response. Email; sometimes slow to check. No mobile phone reception but wifi available in the house. We can't receive text messages.
Wwoofers still needed for fruit picking Sept.
|Preview host||We are a mixed livestock farm run by an extended family who have lived on Eday for over 40 years. All members of the family ( from 74 years old to 10 years old) enjoy meeting new folk - especially those that share their interest in & commitment to good husbandry & a love of the wildlife and environment around them. |
This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for an adaptable, flexible outdoor person to work in a unique setting, as part of a family team on and around the beautiful Orkney islands of Eday and North Pharay.
Ideally we would be asking for a one month commitment at a time ( from April through to August) from someone who is able to turn their hand to a variety of jobs based around a busy calving and lambing period, but shorter stays are also welcome. For those who enjoy the outdoors and don't mind getting their hands dirty this is the perfect opportunity to experience life in the north isles of Orkney.
|Preview host||Our hillside smallholding is close to the town of Hay on Wye famous for books. The countryside is beautiful. Our smallholding was once part of the Baskerville Estate. We have a variety of animals- ducks, hens, horses, sheep, dogs and cats. We grow our own vegetables, fruit and salads. Since looking after a very sick and elderly relative recently we have got behind in our work and need to crack on now- re-establishing our vegetable plots, and in particular working in our ancient woodland. |
We aim to grow as much as we can using organic and permaculture methods- the latter is a new concept for us.
This is Wales, remember, and our house is in the hills. It can be wet and grey even in the summer! It is often windy.
|Preview host||we have a 500 year old house in 5 acres and an orchard. 3 miles / 5 km from Honiton station in devon a wonderful part of England . The land is very overgrown . We need to clear the fields and empty some garages . Cut the tree tops, and bring the overgrown garden back to life. We have two mediaeval ponds which we would like to excavate with metal detectors ( maybe we find some treasure !) |
No experience necessary just keen to work outside.
We have a welcoming house and eat excellent food. We have spare rooms . Friends are welcome so they could share a room. We are looking for 4-6 woofers
There is internet - availabe.
It is a very beautiful place to be.
All the woofers we had in the past had a great time with us.
|Preview host||We are a small eco project offering woodland craft courses and secluded yurt camping based in the High Weald of Sussex. We have 2 yurts and a log cabin. This site 6 acres of which 3.5 acres of which is ancient woodland which requires regular maintenance, coppicing and management. We are creating a Forest Garden. Forest Gardening is one of the oldest forms of permaculture where a myriad of useful (mainly edible) plants are grown within the 7 layers of the canopy. We have several bee hives, half a dozen chickens and a small apple orchard. We have a productive vegetable garden. And we have created a large and abundant wildlife pond. |
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Our Registered Organic Small holding is located on 3 sites along the Oxford Canal. We companion crop pumpkins, squash, and maize; in the Autumn we supply high end restaurants in London like The Royal Academy and The National Gallery.
We work the fields up starting in late March/early April. Planting follows with either seeds directly into the furrows or plants brought on by a nursery. Then follows hand and hoe weeding and often times water from a large tank behind a tractor.
We heat and cook almost exclusivly on wood which we process here at the farm with chainsaw, large tractor driven table saw and axe. There is always tidying up to do. We have hens for eggs and wood burners for hot water and drying clothes and cooking. Buildings are mostly 18th century stone barns recycled into useful buildings. Would appreciate some help at any time from April through to harvest.
This experience best suits graduate students who need certification of a real work experience. If you are looking for a holiday please look elsewhere.
|Preview host||We have a smallholding in the "Blue Remembered Hills", an area designated of outstanding natural beauty near to the Welsh border. 2 of our fields are hay meadows, 2 grazing fields, a small woodland (which I planted) and an orchard. We have chickens, sheep sometimes, 2 ponies and 5 dogs. There are 4 wildlife ponds on the land; we are very keen on conservation and we feed and monitor the birds (we have no cats for that reason). Our 2 poly-tunnels provide us with many vegetables and we also have two vegetable gardens. The house is very old - we do not know how old. |
I am an examination marker so I can work from home. My husband is retired. We are dedicated to keeping our land organic and helping native wildlife. WWOOFers with an interest in conservation, gardening or farming are especially welcome.
|Preview host||37 acre off grid farm just south of Oxford. Jersey cows providing grass fed raw milk (the cows keep their calves, I only take the surplus milk), Shetland sheep, goats, pigs, working ponies and poultry. There is a vegetable garden, with fruit, herbs and flowers and two polytunnels. Run by owner with occasional help. Agroforestry plantings are ongoing and more pond creation envisaged. Interest in permaculture and aCSA is being launched early next year. Aiming for total self reliance, attempting to be carbon neutral in the next five years and learning to work with horses. |
|Preview host||We welcome you to 13 acres of Organic pasture and Woodland. Our trees range from 0-400 years old including some of the finest Zelkova Carpinifolia specimens in the country. We also have a pond, keep bees and graze sheep on our pasture land. We now have chickens and pet pigs! |
We have started growing organic produce this year sourcing the best heirloom seeds we can find and would love you to be involved.
There are many areas of work you could help with including, woodland management, carpentry, gardening, planting and wildlife preservation.
My wife and I are both come from farming backgrounds. We have a well behaved dog and a 5 year old daughter and young son. We welcome fun, focused and enthusiastic people with a passion for the environment and self sufficiency.
Working hours are pretty flexible and we can arrange to swap days off if need be.
There are several pubs and a village shop within walking distance from the land and a neighboring leisure center with swimming pools and tennis courts.
|Preview host||We have a Grade II listed building, dating partly from 17th century. It is now divided into 6 apartments, with a total of currently 12 adults and 4 children resident. There are communal spaces in the house, and the gardens are shared and run communally. We try to manage the grounds sustainably, to produce fuelwood, fruit and some people grow vegetables. We avoid the use of chemicals. We have an outdoor swimming pool. Sometimes we ask woofers to help with indoor work such as painting and decorating. |
Our house is about 20 minutes walk downhill along footpaths to the historic town of Bradford on Avon. We are well served by trains to London, Salisbury, Weymouth, Bath and Bristol, and for visits to Bath, Bristol, Avebury, Stonehenge and other well known places for sightseeing.
|Preview host||We are a free range livestock farm, producing meat and poultry for our on-site farm shop and Farmers Markets. Our farm shop and butchery is open 7 days a week, run by our butcher Adrian, along with 3 other staff. We keep free range chickens, geese, goats, cattle, sheep and pigs. We also have horses, 4 dogs and a cat, and access to wifi! |
We need some general maintenance help around the farm including feeding the livestock, collecting and grading eggs, helping out on the farm and general tidying. We want it to be a fun experience for the wwoofer as well as a help to us, so hours and work to suit all.
We will be lambing from the end of March until mid April and would love to have a wwoofer or two who want to get involved in helping with the lambing.
We are very busy in December with Christmas poultry and would welcome anyone interested in coming to help from the end of November to Christmas.
|Preview host||19 acre smallholding in village, run organically for self-sufficiency and sale of surplus - mixed orchard, large veg patch, large polytunnel, Jersey house cow and calf, geese, hens - haymaking, hedge laying - interest in old agricultural machinery - apple pressing. Woodland area for fuel/coppicing. Water supply from bore hole and wind pump and rain water harvesting. Wind turbine and solar panels. Currently building an eco barn. Christine is a herbalist growing some herbs on the smallholding. Interest in yoga and kayaking. Own room in cabin with shower/sink/compost loo/wi-fi access or caravan (wood stove and electricity) in the orchard. You will be expected to help in the kitchen as well as your farm work - cooking if you choose, but everyone takes their turn with washing up. We are looking for a long term wwoofer at the moment. |
|Preview host||We have an isolated croft situated at the top of Glen Garry in the West Highlands of Scotland. We are working to create a place of adventure, joy and sanctuary based on an organic croft. We are off-grid with access only possible by boat or 4WD and self-sufficient in renewable power. |
We are in the process of restoring the organic croft and garden and re-building the guest accommodation as the property has been deserted for a number of years. This years projects include getting the garden cleared and back into cultivation, clearing trees, replacing fences and repairing the croft buildings. We hope to have livestock (cattle, pigs, chickens and sheep) on the land by early summer.
Accommodation is available either in one of our dormitories or in a small bothy, although you can camp if you like!
We live in a unique and beautiful place with a fascinating history and exciting future. We would love to welcome you to come and be part of it!
|Preview host||IF YOU HAVE APPLIED TO JOIN US, BUT HAVE NOT HAD A REPLY, PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM BOX! |
WWOOFers are asked to provide their services for around five hours per day, five days a week under the supervision of the gardening team AND around five hours a week under the supervision of the house team (total 30 hours a week).
We ask for a minimum one month stay. We also welcome local volunteers on a day basis.
As a community, we are all responsible for helping to clean up after ourselves, especially after meals. As we run residential courses here, there are times when you will also be asked to help out with washing up or chores around the house.
You will be allocated a small, clean, basic single room with shared bathroom for the duration of your stay. Meals provided are: ‘serve yourself’ breakfast (toast, cereals, fruit) along with a homemade vegetarian lunch at 1pm and supper at 6.30pm.
|Preview host||A lovely Highland property with large walled garden and policy badly in need of help to contain a summer of heavy growth - i.e strimming, weeding, lifting plants and general maintenance work on walls etc. |
We are 3 miles from Nairn and 15 miles from Inverness. Suggestion is that they would stay in a cottage On wet days would be happy if they could help with decoration in the house.
We have a working farm and other people on the property so they would not be along.
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This is a small "farm" of 52 acres north of Dartmoor,a working nature reserve.A place of peace and beauty,a secluded mixture of Culm grassland,oak woods, flower rich meadow,a diverse habitat,with stunning views of Dartmoor .
I am looking for hardworking,self reliant people,with a sense of humour,who enjoy thinking outside the box,and are keen to learn. Better still have knowledge to add to the mix.The land is 4 miles from the nearest town. On the land,there are a couple of caravans with gas and leisure batteries, so limited 12v electricity for lights radio ,phone ,computer etc. Large tents are available if you would like to use them too.There is also a room in the nearby cottage and a chance to bath.. Carpentry or mechanical skills would be particularly useful, as the focus will be on two "green builds"..innovative, and leftfield in design and construction throwing up unusual decisions and unique solutions.Mixed medium,cob/repurposed materials/bottles/green oak and oak heartwood. pallets,stone,cordwood ...whatever's to hand.
|Preview host||Our Farm will be the home of an organic Scottish tea plantation producing a premium quality, loose tea, that will have its own individual taste. We have had positive results from our soil samples and look forward to planting in April 2018. Our dream is to grow an organic tea plantation where all growing and processing is done in Scotland using renewable energy. After 6 years of looking at rural land and properties, we are now in ownership of a quintessentially idyllic Scottish location and we would like to invite wwoofers to learn about organic growing and help sustain it productively. We feel passionate about farming in Scotland and farming a product that is pioneering with careful attention to the environment. |
The tea will be picked by hand and processed using traditional techniques. The picking will be carried out by ourselves. The leaf can picked between February and October allowing the plant to recover before the winter.
We also aim to have a large vegetable garden to share self sufficiency practice and organic growing skills with volunteers.
|Preview host||We live in an beautiful old house with 5 acres of woodland and garden.We grow vegetables both in and outdoor. We are 1 mile from the village of Claudy, and 9 miles from the city of Londonderry, in the Sperrin Mountains. |
|Preview host||Large family house and garden with vegetable patch, flower beds, lawn, a few fields and woodland. We have 3 dogs and 2 hens. Help needed with all aspects of gardening, weeding, pruning, digging etc. Occasional indoor jobs such as painting etc if weather very bad. |
|Preview host|| Our Family has had this house since it was built in 1960 as a holiday home. It is a timber house built on a hill overlooking the Sea to The Isle of Skye and also looks down the Sound of Sleat to Ardnamurchan Point and The Small Isles, |
The House is situated in a large Highland Garden of 7 acres. We are now looking for wwoofers to work in the garden, but also to hopefully stay sometimes a little longer and occasionally "hold the fort"...and help look after 2 cats.
It is a beautiful area steeped in history from the Brochs built about 300 BC, Ian Fleming's James Bopnd, Gavin Maxwell's Ring of Bright Water at Camusfearna, & the world's oldest car ferry, Skye Ferry. Wwooffers must be able to enjoy a glass of wine and eat seafood if vegetarian! Would prefer people to be late 20's or older ,have GOOD english and to stay for a minimum if possible , of one month
|Preview host||We (Josine and JP) are a middle-aged Dutch couple with two cats and a few chickens trying to be self-sufficient. As ex-wwoof ourselves we have a small garden with flowers, fruit and vegetables. We need help maintaining the vegetable beds and transforming the garden into a heaven for birds, bees and other wild life. We make our own bread, wine, beer and jam from our garden or picked from the wild. |
We're located in Central Scotland, but are quite isolated with lovely views all around. The nearest public transport is 5 miles away. Mobile reception and internet access are available but very limited.
In your spare time you can go hill walking, mountain biking, visit Edinburgh, Glasgow or Stirling or stay at the cottage and relax.
Accommodation is a double bed in a spare bedroom, so suitable for one wwoof-er at the time or friends/couple who don't mind sharing.
We cook seasonal recipes and can cook vegetarian/vegan/gluten free, but we do eat some meat ourselves (flexitarians).
We are non-smoking household.
Minimum age for applying is 21.
|Preview host||An ongoing renovation project to breath life back into this historic Scottish treasure. At over eight acres, this walled garden is one of the largest in the country and once restored will be the largest fully productive walled garden in Scotland. |
Leading UK garden designer Arne Maynard has drawn up the design for its contemporary restoration. We grow a broad mixture of vegetables, fruits, flowers and herbs, many of which are used to supply our on-site café.
The tasks which we undertake in the garden are broad and diverse and the work is extremely enjoyable. We work within a small and friendly garden team plus volunteers.
|Preview host||Unspoilt traditional farm in the Blackdown hills with superb views. All the fields have been hay meadows and are managed to encourage the flora, fauna and wildlife. The hedges are laid in winter, crops planted in spring, hay made in summer and cider in autumn. We have planted two orchards and manage these to make cider, apple juice and cider vinegar. We have a sawmill and cut logs and process all the wood for restoration of the farm . We have traditional Ruby Red Devon cattle and a small flock of sheep. There is plenty to do in the walled gardens, green houses and meadows as well as traditional building projects and alternative technology . Internet access and WIFI. Hours are flexible depending upon type of work. Food: cooked evening meals and light lunches during the week. self catering basis for breakfast and at weekends. |
as a guide. For self catering we expect 4 hours per day and fully catered 6 hours per day. We hold a Music festival in June and looking for help from the 23rd June. See our website
|Preview host||Family run crofting business based on the isolated island of Foula, 20 miles west of the Shetland islands, North of Scotland. Tending a flock of "Foula" Shetland sheep to produce an exclusive range of pure wool undyed knitting yarns. This crofting business aims to support the indigenous population of unique Shetland Sheep on our island and keep islanders interested in keeping these special sheep. |
Accommodation provided in self catering cottage, sleeps 4.
|Preview host||The smallholding is run by Drew, an author, and Wayne, a textiles teacher. We keep pedigree prize-winning alpacas, which we breed selectively for improved fleece quality. The fleece is processed on site in our purpose-built workshop (a converted shipping container), in which we host spinning/felting/craft workshops. Alpaca trekking with the public provides a further income stream. We are also hoping to build on the use of our animals in therapy on and off site. |
An area of sustainable woodland provides firewood and timber for building.
A glamping site (shepherds huts, yurt, log cabin) is being developed for next year.
Our rainwater harvesting system is due to be extended to accommodate washing larger quantities of fleece in the future..
We have recently planted sustainable long-term pasture with underlying herbs, which is scheduled to be fenced in 2018 to provide further alpaca paddocks.
We also have a garden producing fruit & vegetables.
|Preview host||We are a commercial market garden with the Soil Association symbol and although small grow a wide variety of vegetables, herbs and fruit, delivering veg boxes to the local area. I specialise in mixed salad bags containing a unique variety of herbs and salad crops, grown mostly in polytunnels. I also produce a wide variety of herbs of all kinds as fresh herbs and potted plants, sold at local plant sales. The work here is always varied and you will learn a wide variety of skills. |
My background is in Soil Science and I have been growing organically for over 25 years, and understand the scientific basis of organic methods. Recycling plant nutrients is central to this and I make and use a variety of composts including worm compost, comfrey liquid, leaf mould etc and raise all plants with my own potting compost (no peat) from this recycling process.
|Preview host||We are a small B&B, full details can be found on our website Comments from our very happy guests can be found on the Trip Advisor website. WWOOfers will receive a very high standard of board and lodging. Most food is home made with salmon and venison featuring on the menu as well as a good range of vegetarian meals. The work in the garden is centered mainly around the raised beds and the greenhouse. Ardross has very stoney soil so raised beds are the best way of growing vegetables for the table. Ardross is a very peaceful and beautiful place, there are no street lights and no public transport. The nearest shops are 5 miles away in the town of Alness. |
|Preview host||I have a Smallholding in beautiful Somerset, close to the Glastonbury Festival site. A small acreage still in development, totally off grid - no WiFi, no TV, Greendayz is a sanctuary for a small number of rescued animals including foster & adopted pigs & free range dogs. There are none rescue animals here too, pigs, sheep and chickens, though the pigs have just left to become sausages. |
A comfortable dry caravan is available for accommodation, it runs off a 12v system and has a fairly rubbish gas fridge. It’s a five berth caravan with a washroom and porta potti. It has a gas fire and cooker so woofers can be as self contained as they wish to be, though I am happy provide meals as I live on site in a converted portacabin.
With two fruitcages, an orchard and a veg patch, there is an emphasis on growing organic fruit and veg here. Using waste from the livestock, I make my own compost and use nettles & comfrey to make fertilisers. I manage my land using no dig methods.
|Preview host||We live on Eday, an idyllic iisland in Orkney, and manage a 2,500 acre farm here, with 160 cows and 700 ewes. |
We are looking for someone who is interested in and enjoys agriculture and the environment, to support us during busy periods.
Specifically we are looking for someone who can do fencing or build stone dykes/walls. We are also interested in someone who likes gardening.
Or, if you don't have these skills but are keen to do child-minding and cooking you would be very welcome too as we always need help with our three year old girl Ola.
We are flexible, hard working and interested in meeting new people.
This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who wants to experience life on an Orkney island farm. We will welcome you into our house and introduce you to our local community and friends while you are here. Depending on when you come, we will facilitate visits to other islands or Kirkwall where possible.
|Preview host||We have a smallholding in the hills of West Wales. |
We raise cattle and sheep and keep a few chickens.
We grow our own vegetables using compost from our livestock.
There is always work to do with clearing scrub, fencing, tending stock, mucking the yard and feeding silage in winter.
In the lambing season, when we welcome new life onto the farm, we are especially busy.
We have building projects especially brickwork and rendering.
Anyone with additional IT knowledge is welcome.
Our Christian faith informs everything we do, which means we look upon life as a faith-building exercise as we respect our eco-system and appreciate our place in it.
|Preview host||Our large house is set in the Dedham Vale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, made famous by 19th century landscape painter John Constable. Also one of the driest areas of the UK! Our 5 acres consist of part walled vegetable and fruit gardens, polytunnel, a small apple orchard, flower garden, lawns - plus a field and a small area of woodland. Much of the salad and vegetable crops are grown in raised beds. We keep chickens for eggs, a few sheep and occasional rare breed pigs. We have two cats. We only accept non-smokers. |
Stays longer than 4 weeks may be possible outside summer months.
|Preview host||We are a small therapeutic gardening project. The main activities are:- providing opportunities to access a gardening environment and join in a range of gardening activities; creating an holistic outdoor environment and to extend knowledge and learn new skills; support each individual to participate fully in a wide range of gardening areas; share information and skills relating to organic gardening; permaculture; sustainability and gardening for wellbeing. |
Work includes gardening, preserving, composing, maintenance of fences, garden structures and buildings etc.
Main WWOOF accommodation is within a self-contained studio room which has a double bed settee, small kitchen area and ensuite WC/shower.
Camping / cabin accommodation with basic facilities can also be extended for group visits.
|Preview host||We grow are own veg for our own box scheme delivering 160 boxes per week and have our own small farm shop crammed with wholefood goodies. |
|Preview host||We are located in an idyllic setting where we aim to live in harmony with our surroundings, the local wildlife and our animals (Skye the Border Collie, Lottie the Jack Russell , 20 or so free-range chickens and flock of 8 rare-breed sheep). Mike is a gardener by profession and has landscaped and planted our one acre decorative garden to his own design. The productive gardens, 2 polytunnels and compost heaps are its heart. Sue is passionate about growing and preserving, vegetables, herbs and fruit. We have a natural pond and wildlife garden bursting with life and have planted many trees, shrubs and hedges. |
Sue runs a small scale cafe and craft business at home ..TEA on the WAY and the garden is always open to visitors. We welcome wwoofers of all ages and experience but they must have a genuine interest in learning about an organic and environmentally sustainable lifestyles. WE ESPECIALLY WELCOME OLDER WWOOFERS, COUPLES and GARDENERS. Wwoofers who have some experience in CONSTRUCTION, WOODWORK or BUILDING are also very welcome.
|Preview host||Small family business since 1887 occupied presently by the fourth and fifth generation. In 2009 Ruffz Refreshments Kiosk was built on the land and opened as a seasonal business offering light refreshments to tourists and walkers who frequent the Malvern Hills. Although the location has been registered as Mid-Wales we are only on the border of Wales. The grounds are used by visitors and need to be maintained throughout the Summer Season and projects are ongoing. Presently renovation work is in progress with regard to a green wooden construction. As your host is an English teacher there will be plenty of opportunity to learn or brush up on your English. |
|Preview host||We are a traditional 80 acre Welsh grassland and livestock farm. We keep Sheep, British Toggenburg goats, Welsh Cobs and Mountain Ponies. |
There are gardens and extensive recently planted woodland walks on the farm which need maintaining! We plan to re-create a traditional farm orchard and large vegetable garden; other projects include rebuilding/converting our old farm buildings for humans, clearing ponds, creating a large new pond for water conservation/setting up a water wheel...
We also run a small Waterwell and Geothermal Well Drilling Company from the farm. Alison is a water diviner.
Lampeter is a small University town, with some nice shops. The countryside is green, very beautiful and hilly. Good for hill walking, and plenty of medieval castles and monasteries, mines and woollen mills; rocky coves and beaches along the coast, about 14 miles away.
The weather is usually mild, but it can be wet! bring waterproof clothing and outdoor shoes or wellies!
|Preview host||3 acres of garden/orchards. It is an attractive & tranquil site though close to amenities. We have been here 46 years. We grow organic, unsprayed fruit for maximum flavour and the land is managed to benefit wildlife. We have bees - managed by a friend; chickens (Araucaras), some vegetables. The help could include fruit picking, weeding, pruning, maintenance (painting), tractor driving, strimming, - ie. general help. Suggest preliminary 'phone call 8-9am, 1-2pm or evenings (BT Callminder) As members of Host we are used to visitors and have many outside interests including music, photography, reading and painting. The house is a non-smoking area, also the barns. |
|Preview host||An Equine Facilitated Education Centre for individuals, groups, businesses and a charity for victims of war/violence related conflicts. |
We are involved with local Biodynamic farms and want to re-start the old vegetable garden here and restore the gardens. Our herd of horses runs free on a paddock paradise system which we run organically; planting herbs and allowing the horses to graze and roam freely along trackways.
An exceptionally beautiful 16th Century rural farm yet we are close to historic towns of Royal Tunbridge Wells and East Grinstead (easy bus and safe bike access). From these towns there regular are trains to London (50 mins journey time). There are pubs in local Villages Withyham, Hartfield & especailly Forest Row which has many amenities; organic shops, crafts, restaurants, entertainment and loads more as also a Steiner school, farms and Colleges all accessible by a very safe bike ride along old disused railway line.
We need help to manage the 9 horses, restore gardens, orchards, land and buildings. Woofers who stay 3 months or more can learn a little Horse Whispering!