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|We are a Permaculture based housing co-op based in Rural West wales, there are 8 adults and 3 kids living here and a pony, two milking goats, 8 ducks, 6 chickhens and 5 cats. |
We grow our own veges and fruit in a raised bed garden. Most of us live or are building low impact or green houses.
We need hep with chopping wood, gardening, diy and building
We are running 3 building camps this year March 29th till April 5th, May 2nd to June 7th and August 23rd till 30th. We are building a two storey concentric circle timber frame roundhouse
You will work 4 to 6 hours a day 6 days a week, we will try to make sure we have someone working with you but there will be times when you are working alone. Please let us know of any additional needs or medication you are taking. We have no mains sewer and use outside compost loos.
|Bishopstone is a conservation village near to Aylesbury, Oxford and London. The house is set in 2.5 acres of land which is partly agricultural. There is a kitchen garden, woodland, pond, orchard, chicken barn and outbuildings which need to be renovated. We have established substantial composting to support the garden and kitchen garden (Karen is a master composter). The orchard is being extended and can produce prolifically in some years. There is a small 'soft fruit' growing area. Our intention is to build a small spiritually- led community, backed by eco and organic prinicples (the house is eco friendly -ground source heat pump, solar panels etc and we aim to develop the outbuildings subject to planning consent. We have worked closely with the council's Biodiversity team to take advice on planting native hedgerow and more trees. |
we need help with the infrastructure - mainly working in the grounds - clearing overgrown areas, mowing, maintaining and improving the kitchen garden, setting up natural fertilisers and perhaps improving the
The location is superbly positioned, accessible but nice and quiet
|We have a 90 acre sheep farm within the Pembrokeshire National Park. Our fields are adjoining the cliffs by the Irish Sea with probabely one of the most spectacular views.We are certified organic with Soil Association. |
Throughout the year we typically have lambing time in March/April.
Haymaking time is June/July and we harvest our oats end of August.
Looking for help during these times, but also need help for weeding docks between spring and autumn.
Help for our woodlands needed as well.
|I started converting my two acre field into a medicinal herb garden in 2005. I am interested in the practical use of these herbs and make ointments, tinctures, teas, face creams and bath products. I occasionally run courses in making remedies for personal use and give talks on the subject. I have regular meetings for plant spirit journeying. I have a yurt and a round house and a caravan in the field with basic facilities. Currently I live in the roundhouse myself, and have compost toilets and outdoor shower. I use a caravan as kitchen in the summer and my workshop doubles up as kitchen in the winter. I need help with the plants, which I sell in pots at Stroud Farmers Market and also need help creating the garden. There would also be an opportunity to learn about making the products. I also have a small wood which I intend to work in this summer. Working here is an opportunity to learn about the uses of the herbs, and to explore the Cotswolds. |
|A 2 acre smallholding comprising an 18th century water mill, house, veg/herb/flower gardens, orchard and parkland and two sheep on the river Arrow. Nearby Kington is a traditional small market town, local attractions include Hergest Croft Gardens and walking on Offa's Dyke. David & Alison moved here in 2001 and are committed to living in a wholesome and ecologically friendly way - with lots of fun! Work includes: gardening and tree care. Conservation cleaning and restoration of the buildings and Mill machinery, ground and stone work. ||View |
|We are a 50 acre certified organic farm just north of the city of Hereford, with glorious views to the Malvern Hills and Black Mountains. There are roughly 30 acres of apple orchards, plus around 30 plum trees and a walnut grove of 400 trees, which are still maturing. We are looking for some help this summer (2014) from the end July to end of August and possibly longer for enthusiastic WWOOFers to help pick plums and early season apples. We have a part-time year round worker on the farm, but ability to drive a tractor would be a bonus, or at least a driving licence and a willingness to learn! Accommodation is a fairly basic 2 bedroom flat, with a large kitchen/living room and bathroom. Wifi broadband on site. Family has friendly dogs and there are wonderful woodland walks adjacent to the farm. There is a bus service to Hereford from nearby village. |
PLEASE NOTE WE ONLY NEED HELP FROM END JULY TO SEPTEMBER.
|We are a busy family farm on the west coast of Scotland. We have 3000 hens, 60 cows, a few sheep, a couple of pigs, farm collie dogs, a shetland pony and 4 children aged 7,6,5 and 3. We grow potatoes, carrots, turnips, cabbages and lots of other vegetables and cut flowers. |
The work on the farm varies with the seasons, however there is always egg collecting. Work with the plants, ranges from sowing and planting to weeding and harvesting, we would never expect a wwoofer to weed for 5 hours a day and try to vary the jobs to keep them interesting. Other jobs may include cleaning out hen houses, painting sheds or barns, feeding lambs and calves, tidying the yard, gardening, cutting and bunching flowers.
You will live in our home with the family, we have a spare guest room. Lunches and tea/dinner are with the family. You will have your own living room where you will have breakfast.
We welcome anyone enthusiastic and willing to learn and work with us.
|We will be entering our 30th year here on the farm and we have been organic all this time, winning Soil Association Producer of the Year several times. All self-sufficient Beef Sucklers, South Devons, Lleyn Ewes and we grow corn for feed. All meat/veg produced on the farm with an internet meat box scheme system. There is an on farm butchery where we cut the meat and make sausage and bacon, ready meals etc. Woodland coppicing for biomass boiler and timber for building. Host plays guitar and welcomes musicians.the work is varied according to the season, as well as the farm there is always work to do in the vegetable garden and cider orchard, as well as building maintenance. |
This March and April we are looking for help with lambing our 350 ewes and calving cows. It will be very busy, but is a special time of year.
|You would find our home down a quiet country road, 2 miles from the village of Week St Mary and 8 miles from the gorgeous North Cornwall coast. We live in a peaceful area, with a dairy farm next door, our home sits within a 5 acre garden with pond, paddock and a small woodland. At present we have chickens and call ducks but want to increase our livestock. We will need help with the our animals, garden, the wood needs maintaining, draining and clearing, hedgerow maintenance, and the vegetable and fruit gardens are always busy. We have 3 dogs who love company. |
Accommodation is in a very comfortable caravan, with use of a nearby shower etc.
|A small holding on the outskirts of Exmoor National Park in South West England. We have a very large vegetable patch, poly tunnel and various fruit trees and bushes. Two dogs, a horse, a cat, fish, chickens and bees. |
A young couple who live in an accessible but remote part of the countryside, that is on the Two Moors Way.
We would welcome WWOOFERs with permaculture, hedging, building and gardening experience or those who would like to gain some from their time with us.
We have either a double or twin bedroom and we have wifi. We can accommodate individuals, couples or friends.
Welcome to borrow bikes, the tent and camping equipment, feel part of the family and muck in on daily life.
Happy to take local WWOOFers for the day.
We used to farm and still go regularly to our parents who farm nearby so have lots of experience to offer.
|We are set in a small village 12 miles from Bath, 14 miles from Glastonbury and 6 miles between Frome and Shepton Mallet. There are 2 pubs in the village and a shop. It's a smallholding comprising a beautiful 6 bedroom Georgian house, 2 acres of garden, 2 acres of woodland and 2 acres of field. A large vegetable garden which needs digging and planting and a greenhouse . There are areas of the wood that need clearing, and the garden needs constant attention. We keep numerous animals on the site including 2 ponies, 14 hens, 6 ducks, a cat and various lizards and insects, hence the reluctance for a visiting dog. It is set in rolling countryside with lovely walks around. Wwoof accommodation is in a guest room with a large double bed double bed in the house. It has its own washbasin in the room and a loo next door. The bathroom is opposite. |
The hosts have 4 children under the age of 12, but do not expect any childcare help as grandparents live next door.
|We have 11 hectares and are set in an historic landscape at 220m. |
The small holding's focus is to maintain and enhance the already good bio-diversity. We have species rich grass land, wetland, woodland, hedges, gardens and a small amount of arable.
We are also restoring the original 19th century croft cottage using traditional and ecological techniques.
We have a small flock of alpacas, hens, 2 geese and a dog. Work will be on any or all of these.
Accommodation is with us in our self-built ecological house. WWoofer has the use of own room with double bed. There is only one room.
We live as sustainably as possible and would welcome any one who would like to do the same and is prepared to work hard. Particularly welcome local weekend volunteers, especially if they became regulars even if only for a day.
You need to be happy to work on your own, be reasonably strong and fit.
|Our beautiful home sits in an acre of grounds surrounded by countryside two miles north of Aboyne in Aberdeenshire. We have extensive gardens, a vegetable plot with raised beds, a large polytunnel with hydroponics, greenhouse, chickens, a cat and a hot tub. We grow a lot of our own vegetables and have fruit trees and soft fruit bushes. We would love you to come and stay with us and help us out with some projects. |
We will provide all your meals and can introduce you to 'juicing' if you like. We can teach you about gardening, vegetable growing and show you how hydroponics works and may have small scale construction projects for you to get involved with. We also have a good knowledge of local flora and fauna which we will be happy to share with you.
|We are a wildlife sanctuary looking after injured or abandoned seals and otters. We run a weekend café/venue to raise funds. Based in 400 year old Hanseatic Trading Post on the seafront, in a stunning location with abundant wildlife. We have 4 large gardens and a large building, all needing constant attention through the summer. Help is needed in all areas, as well as in the peat hill. If you're interested call Jan and Pete.(R06) ||View |
|We are a couple at the early stages of developing a smallholding on the edge of Dartmoor. We run a market garden following organic and sustainable principles. We are keen in working with nature to develop systems which allow us to reduce our impact on the earth. |
We're in our third year of developing the holding and have a long list of to-do jobs to get involved with; sowing, planting, transplanting, pond creation,tree planting, mulching; coppicing small woodland area; scything; fencing; general poultry jobs; picking, etc...
Someone mature, with a degree of independence and happy to work on their own at times would be ideal and you'd need to be happy looking after the animals (hens and ducks) when we are not around. Working hours/days are flexible, depending on tasks and on your plans-we are open to discussing different arrangements to suit all of us. The facilities are basic and shared but are all here. You need to be hardy for the conditions, but will be rewarded by the experience...
|We run a 150 acre organic dairy farm, with a 180 acre support farm 3 miles away. |
Work is varied according to seasonal livestock requirements and can involve anything from helping with the milkings, feeding calves, to planting trees or maintaining our newly established vegetable garden, looking after our small brood of hens and everything in between.
We have 3 dogs, 2 working collies and a jack russell.
We are striving towards a self sufficient household and welcome any help and knowledge that you can provide.
|Beautiful 14 acre smallholding in Devon: house, gardens, veg garden, woodland, hay field, pasture. Horses, ponies, sheep, chickens, ducks, dogs, cats and teenage twins. No tv or pop music but love acoustic music. We live simply. The house and caravan heated with woodburners - you will need appropriate clothing. Live as part of family. Must like animals as our life involves lots of animals. Lots of work with horses and dogs available. (can teach natural horsemanship and dog training and healing). Also eco building - we are building a pole barn and stables. And gardening, farm work, sheep, woodland work, sometimes decorating and help organising house. We match the jobs with what you like doing and what needs doing. Welcome independent, hard-working people used to mud and weather. Need to speak reasonable amount of English - much to explain. Offer warm welcome, loads to do, things to learn, home cooking and good company. Near moors and woodland and small alternative town of Totnes, wonderful for walking and country life. Possible longer term living opportunity for person with buiding skills. ||View |
|We live in the beautiful Highlands of Scotland 30 minutes drive north of Inverness and would love to welcome you to our lovely home in exchange for help in the garden. Accommodation consists of a sofabed in a studio over the garage with its own wood-burning stove, shower room and balcony with glorious views of mountains, countryside and sea in the distance. If you prefer (or if there is a large group there are also 2 spare bedrooms in the house). |
We hope you will be comfortable and enjoy your stay in our relaxed and happy household.
|We live in a 3 bed farm cottage and a studio accommodation on the farm. |
We have 9 acres of woodland that I am keen to work and use as sustainable living and renewable energy.
Our dream is to live by our woods and use the wood for fuel and cooking, a well for water and toilets that have low impact. To do this we need help from like minded people. We are not certified organic but we do not use any pesticides on our farm.
We would like people to stay with us whom we could learn from and whom could have a taste of free range life.
We need help to finish a barn right now the walls needs to be built. If you are interested in learning about woodland management or have experience we really want to hear from you.
We have recently purchased 6 piglets and two highland stirks. We will be getting some orphan lambs. We already have several chickens and 6 turkeys all looking to be mucked out asap.
|We are a smallholding (about 5 acres) in North Lincolnshire. The majority of the land is given over to a small flock of sheep for grazing, and there is an opputunity to assist with this - shearing in June, lambing in April etc. |
The majority of the work would be on about 1 acre of land aroung the house. We have pigs during the summer months for fattening, turkeys until Christmas and chickens for meat and eggs just about all year round. We also have a large greenhouse, raised beds for vegetables and an orchard.
There is always something to be done, from clearing overgrown land, painting and planting, to animal husbandry. New projects include bee-keeping and wine making.
Cadney is ideal for exploring Lincolnshire, and across the Humber Bridge to Yorkshire. Brigg is a small Market Town approx 3 miles from Cadney.
The photo is from 2012 - wwoofers with the barn that they built!
|Biodynamic smallholding with two acre of vegetable production small flock rare breed sheep 75 laying hens and a small beekeeping enterprise off site. |
We are converting to horse traction power over the next year
All our produce is sold at the local market town of Shrewsbury at 2 or 4 times per week depending on season
Can expect to be involved with all aspects of farming from vegetable production to sheep chickens horses with the option of beekeeping.
|Couple looking for wwoofers, preferably with any knowledge/experience of organic gardening, woodlands management, who can help create a more sustainable environment on this beautiful property. A large, well-loved 400 year old family home with 12 acres which include early 19th century woodlands, a large vegetable plot and a Victorian greenhouse-all wanting love! ||View |
|Tom and Jenny have been living here and developing their garden and smallholder interest since 2001. We have 7 acres by the river Jed in a sheltered rural valley, 1 mile out of Jedburgh. We have a green house, polytunnel, fruit and small herb/vegetable plot. The main focus of this summer is the building of a dry stone wall harb garden. Tom grows willow and coppice woods for his furniture business. The garden is being prepared in places, as a place to display sculpture and outside furniture for Tom's business. We have ducks for eggs, and dream of completing the fencing for geese, chickens and pigs. We Keep bees! We have geodesic dome bath house and wood fired hotpot made from recycled materials by the river. We swim in the river. Our two small children Fergus 9 and Freyja 6 are active! ||View |
|5 acre smallholding in the Staffordshire Moorlands, near Peak District. |
Organic 33 yrs.
West facing hillside, fantastic views, walks.
200 year old farmhouse, woodstoves.
Large veg garden, herbs, 2 polytunnels, fruit, flower gardens, ponds, 1 acre woodland, ponies, chickens, cats, bees, outbuildings.
Log burning Biomass boiler. Solar thermal. Solar PV.
Need help with: inspiration, gardening, weeding, composting, woodland management, fencing, hedge kaying, log cutting, splitting, carrying & stacking, maintaining buildings, hedgelaying, fencing, drystone wall building, scything thistles, pulling ragwort, harvesting, preserving etc etc etc.
Possible future projects : Improved WWOOFer accommodation, re-lining pond....
Interests include permaculture, herbalism, yoga, meditation, home education.
Piano & other instruments available.
|This is a 2.5 acre smallholding in rural Devon. We moved here in late 2010, so things are very much still in development, but we're getting there! Currently there are vegetable beds, polytunnels, soft fruit, culinary and medicinal herb beds and orchards. One of the orchards is being underplanted to create a "forage garden", the other is expertly mown by the friendly Pilgrim geese. A herb and veg plant nursery provides the current income, along with eggs and apple juice. The Holding is surrounded by mature trees and hedges so there's a chance to learn and practice traditional devon hedgelaying in winter months. The host is in the process of setting up practice as a medical herbalist - wwoofers interested in herbal medicine are always welcome. |
Current livestock are 5 hens, 8 geese and 4 cats and a beehive.
|I have ancient derelict woodlands and for the past five years have been managing them myself, making charcoal in the spring and summer and logging in the autumn and winter. The plan is to return cants into rotational coppice, plant an orchard and provide a venue for education in the community. |
I have rescued two Dartmoor ponies and a horse that I have been training up to help extract timber from the woods.
Now I'm at the point where I need help to move the project onto the next stage.
This spring the tree house needs finishing the orchard needs fencing and planting and the veg plot will need attention.
I can provide a 20ft Yurt and or a 16ft Tipi for accomodation.
|We have a low impact upland farm where we raise sheep and cattle. The work is seasonal. Calves are born in the Spring and Autumn. Lambing is our busiest season; it begins in March and continues through the month of April. In June, David clips all the sheep. In the summer, silage is made. There is always animal husbandry work. There is always fencing and tidying up to do on the farm. |
We have installed a biomass burner and a wood burning stove so there is always the work of gathering, chopping and stacking wood. We also have a large, overgrown garden which needs to be planned and started over again as an organic vegetable garden using companion planting. We have about 40 young fruit and nut trees and a small woodland, all of which need tending.
|Can only accept WWOOFers with their own insurance! |
Recently extended organic garden supplying food to household with surplus currently for sale to neighbours and friends. Work would be primarily in the vegetable garden but many opportunities to assist with and learn a variety of DIY and craft skills such as building maintenance on sheds, greenhouse, outbuildings etc. would be available if required.
Accommodation would be either caravan or tent depending on time of year with access to facilities by arrangement. Food would be provided, catering arrangements negotiable.
The nearest town is 2 miles away with good basic shops, bank etc.
Bicycles should be available, and lifts would be available by arrangement or in the event of emergencies. Internet available by arrangement. Mobile reception average.
|Currently looking for an enthusiastic couple. Beautiful country house set in 30 acres of woodland and pasture. We have a large walled garden which is part formal garden and part vegetable garden. We grow all our own fruit and veg during the summer. We try to use organic methods of growing when we can and tend our garden using very traditional methods. We are only about 3/4 of a mile from the coastal village of Hopeman which is an easy walk from the house. We need enthusiastic helpers to help us keep our wonderful garden under control. Everything from weeding, planting, grass cutting, strimming, pruning, picking fruit and vegetables, some woodland work, and general help are needed, as is a good sense of humour! We also have a section of our stone wall needing to be re built so if you have wall building skills, we need you! Occasional care of chickens, ponies and dog required. ||View |
|1 acre with fruit, vegetables, free-range hens and ducks, and 1 cat. 2 greenhouses and pond. Aim to be as self-sufficient as possible. Organic since 1982. Wwoofers aged over 25 welcome and need to have experience of English gardening and poultry care, and to be able to work alone sometimes. We can take only one wwoofer at a time. Work includes looking after chickens and ducks, seed sowing, planting out, weeding, watering, grass and hedge cutting, occasional repairs, general maintenance and possibly some house-sitting. ||View |
|We are on the edge of a small village about 5 miles from the beautiful North Norfolk coast. Our 2 acres consist of large garden with mixed borders, lawns, ponds, a separate vegetable garden, large poly tunnel and a small meadow with free range poultry and runner ducks. Accommodation including towels and bed linen is provided in a comfortable outbuilding with woodburner, fridge, and breakfast/tea/coffee making facilities. Toilet and shower facilities are in the main house as is wifi access by arrangement. Evening meal is provided and also light lunch. Two (old) bicycles are available for use. There is a railway station close by with links to Norwich and the coast. There is also a good bus service to the coast and local market towns. |
Work includes weeding and clearing, pruning, mowing, light fencing and building.
|We have an organic meadow of 2. 5 acres with fruit and native trees planted 13 yrs ago, 5 miles from Glastonbury. A wild flower meadow is returning to the central area, surrounded by thick native hedge and there's an orchard strip. The polytunnel grows salads, tomatoes etc and over winter veg. 3 small veg gardens provide food all year round, no dig, mulched soil, as close to forest floor as we can get. Potatoes grow in beds made using a no dig/hay method. Lots of wildlife, butterflies, birds, and glow worms. |
Accomodation is camping, rainwater is collected, a compost toilet is used. Bring a sleeping bag.
We need help with bramble maintenance, hay making/ scything, veg gardens, poly tunnel, watering, tree care, pond digging and planting, ditch digging, landscaping, possible cob building, tidying. Self sufficient motivated people preferred.
|The background is a hostel with a large garden. In July and August help is needed picking strawberries and raspberries There is sometimes work in the garden outside July and August. Late July and August there is some work on our farm. Flowers and fruit are used in the Hostel and Restaurant. ||View |
|We are looking for a young person with some vegetable gardening skills, that would like to come and look after our vegetable garden. |
This would be a medium/long term commitment, to growing vegetables for the coming year. Starting soon and growing through the season until September.
Knowledge is not essential to start with, but will be gained in the process.
If you would like your own vegetable plot for the next few months and you are able to commit this amount of time. Please contact us.
As well as vegetable gardening there will be plenty of time to help out with many of our other projects.
We live in a large Cornish stone barn set in about an acre of gardens, on the Lizard peninsular, almost as far south west as you can travel on the UK mainland. Overlooking Falmouth Bay, and a few minutes walk to the beach.
The area in which we live has been farmed for many hundreds of years.
|Hidden away near the south Pembrokeshire coast we're living in the middle of a protected wildlife site; a classic slice of old farmland with hay meadows, wetland and woodland full of wildflowers and bird song. As well as looking after the wildlife interest, we also farm a small herd of beef cows, ponies and bees. We've spent the eight years since we've been here building various interesting structures using traditional/ low impact techniques. |
We've had plenty of help from friends along the way but could now use some more regular assistance during the year to assist with a whole range of tasks; animal husbandry to wildflower seed harvesting, cob building to woodland management, improving veg production to fruit picking.
We're particularly keen to hear from people who have skills such as carpentry and stone masonry to help us finish off various building projects around the farm. Most importantly you need enthusiasm and a willingness to get stuck in!
We’re a young family with two little ones, who may have diverted our energies a little in the last few years...
|We bought the farm in January 2012 and are establishing a new mixed smallholding. We have pigs, hens, geese, ducks, rabbits and cows on site. We are just beginning with vegetables, fruit trees and a wood. There is plenty of labouring with fork and wheelbarrow. Accommodation in the house and lodge for volunteers or friends. We are 25 miles from Exeter and two miles from the nearest village. We are not on the national grid for electricity and are "low impact" living. This is beautiful Devon countryside, with big skies, masses of stars and completely peaceful. We have three young children and life is full on so you'll have to muck in and be part of the family. If you're the sort of person who likes to join in the fun and is not wondering when you can clock off then you could have a marvellous and even life-changing time. ||View |
|18 acre Permaculture project established 2005.New woodlands, forest gardens/arboretum, organic veg, and herb beds. We practice "Insight Design" ,our own style of Permaculture that has taken many years of research,experimentation ongoing experience.Karuna is a place where creative vision and action meet to bring positive change. 'True' sustainability, developing and raising awareness, wildlife conservation, holistic healing,music and art are our deepest concerns. We are oriented towards the experience of change, simplicity and compassionate living. Varied work according to seasons and projects needs e.g. help with veg plots,TREE SURGERY, forestry,Nursery care,Watering,Site maintenance,eco-building etc. Presently we live in an old showman's caravan,our last year after summers completion of the strawbale roundhouse. |
Volunteers accommodation= 'small basic caravan under a barn roof'. Building experience most welcome. Karuna has been created into a unique site through hard work. Volunteers should be prepared to work around 6 hours a day and be flexible and open minded in their approach.
*lots more info on the website.
|Our eco farm is a new project of Hare Krishna spiritual community ('Sanctuary of Peace'). It is being developed as a holistic spiritual centre, to help re-establish the sacredness of life. We are making 1st steps, however in a long-term we are aiming for self-sufficiency. |
Being a new project, the eco-farm provides good opportunities for development and initiative. We invite volunteers to share their skills to develop this project. It includes a walled garden, green houses, a meditation garden, energy saving technologies and an ashram for spiritual practices. If you prefer fruits over alcohol, fresh air over cigarettes, our famous vegetarian food over meat and would like to experience a detox retreat then our Farm is for you!
We invite you to experience an alternative lifestyle that benefits body, mind and soul and is based on the motto 'simple living, high thinking'. You are welcome to participate in programmes at Karuna Bhavan such as Kirtan, Mantra Meditation, Musical instrument lessons, Sacred dance, Self-Realization Lectures, Video evenings, festivals, etc.
|We are Dee and Anita. We both have paid work and run the small holding, which is hard work but very rewarding. We are pretty easy going, for example with work times. All we ask is that volunteers do not take advantage and aim to fully complete a task and work safely taking our advice. |
We try to produce our own food and so keep geese, chickens, ducks and sometimes pigs. We hatch our own eggs. We garden using organic principles in our garden, raised beds and poly tunnel. We always need help with the garden and animals. We can make butter, soft cheeses and make our own sausages etc. We are happy to teach volunteers these skills.
|The Estate is a wonderful old bit of Devonshire countryside, over 5000 acres is farmed by various tenants and some of the land is Organic producing milk and beef. |
I rent the sporting rights from the landowner of this private Estate and live in a lovely cottage tucked away in one of the many Woods on the land. With 12 dogs and an extensive list of poultry and game, I would class my home a small holding.
I run the Estate as a working game shoot where I look after everything from Woodland management, Cover crops, Pheasants and vermin control just to name a few.
We eat our own meat through the season with game bird being bountiful in the winter and other game meat through the year. The operation is in its infancy and we would welcome like minded people who love the countryside and are open minded to game shooting and hunting to come and help on the land with various jobs.
|We are a family of 6 living rurally in the Scottish Borders. We are Rab & Amanda, Kailzie, Caitlin, Corrie & Callan. We have 4 dogs, 2 cats, 4 hens and two working draught horses. We live in a 4 bedroom house with outhouses on 6 acres of land. We also manage a remote moorland shepherd's cottage 3 miles away. |
We are working to support the land to recover from intensive pheasant rearing and from long term overgrowth and neglect. We have 1 polytunnel (put up this year - 2013), and 2 raised beds. We plan to grow as many of our own organic fruit vegetables as possible - we have a long way to go! We welcome WOOFers help with tasks such as: gathering and chopping wood, dead hedging from trees we are coppicing, gardening, building raised beds, field cleaning and maintenance, making jams and preserves, increasing the fruit stock, tree planting and protection on the moorland.
Accommodation is in a Tipi but we hope to have a room in the out houses soon.
We offer a welcome friendly experience of rural homesteading.
|16 acres vegetables. 7 polytunnels, 6 intensive plots, and field scale. Produce sold at Salisbury and Shaftesbury markets weekly throughout the year. Also some wholesale outlets. Large asparagus plot. Tasks includes propagation, planting, weeding, harvesting. Soil Association certified since 1999. Always aiming to strike a good balance between commercial viability and sustainable agriculture. Other interests: beekeeping, medicinal herbs and conservation. Wwoofers of all nationalities very welcome, including couples. Self contained accommodation. French spoken. ||View |
|We are an organic farm community, that uses some permaculture ideas. |
Businesses and projects include vegetables (outdoor and in polytunnels), soft fruits, apple juice and cider, shitake mushrooms, woodland, and general land management.
Sean grows vegetables and salads on land 3 miles away. This is grown on a large scale, for our vegetable boxes which are sold to local people, and for fancy restaurants. Sean takes longer-term WWOOFers (4 weeks or more). This is serious wwoofing !
Volunteers coming for 1-3 weeks will usually just be working at Keveral, and will usually work with different community members, on personal projects or for the community.
In summer, there may be 4-6 wwoofers here, working in two teams.
Meals are sometimes provided but usually you will self-cater in the Visitor's Barn with food provided by your host.
Accommodation is a small caravan, the Visitor's Barn, or camping.
We are 15 minutes walk through the woods to the beach at Seaton, with great walks along the beach and coast path.
|House with large garden - 15 acres requiring constant maintenance and work. |
Herbaceous borders. Woodland Garden.Wild Garden.
Experience with garden tools and machinery useful, not essential. tuition given.
House is large
|Located 25 miles w of Aberdeen, Royal Deeside, on bus route. A 3,000 acre working estate with forestry, gardens, chickens, pigs, bees, hens. Run on ecologically sound principles. Work includes gardening, (restoring 18th C walled garden & 19th C woodland garden). Inside work in Victorian Castle for occasional corporate hospitality business and producing home made foods to sell locally. Accomm in own room in Castle or Cottage. We are a musical family. Beautiful countryside, year-round opportunities for work. Preference given to non-vegetarians. ||View |
|We are a couple in our 50s ,Marks mother 96 and poppy the dog living on 6 acres . We have a polytunnel,lots of woodland,a large vegetable patch and garden.We grow organic/bio dynamically a large variety of fruit and vegetables. |
There is lots of work needed in all different areas,growing,building, clearing .
We need someone who can at times work on their own.
We are close to the coast with lots of possibility to by cycle or canoe in the estuary.
|We are a listed farmhouse outside a small village, ten minutes drive from Canterbury. We have a poly tunnel, vegetable garden and fruit trees. We have two dogs, keep chickens and raise four weaners (pigs) each year. All vegetables, fruit and livestock are raised organically and we process our own organic meat. The autumn here is particularly busy with sausage making, curing and smoking of hams and bacon, and making our own cider and preserves. There is work cutting hedges, maintaining and cleaning livestock houses and clearing out old hedges and planting wild-life friendly mixed hedges and trees. |
Our aim is to create a harmonious environment and use animal husbandry to help cultivate the land and enrich the area for wildlife. We are not a commercial enterprise but try to produce an affordable and sustainable lifestyle which benefits others.
Accommodation is in 2 private rooms with own bathroom and we also offer the use of a wood fired sauna and hot tub.The nearest bus stop is a 15 min cycle ride so ideally own transport is an advantage.
|My husband Michael and I need help to recover a once well-loved garden has become a little wild. Originally the home of the national collection of old dianthus (pinks and carnations) the garden is full of treasures and its distinctive character has drawn many visitors over the years. I can offer good accommodation, good cooking and a warm welcome to anyone who would like to work alongside us to bring this magic place back to its full beauty. The aim would be to re-open to visitors and develop the garden's potential as a source of peace and delight to others. ||View |
|We have a beef suckler herd and small sheep flock on a hill farm, located on a small off-shore island. Historic island family (mainly adults), involved in many aspects of island life including fishing (plenty of seafood), wildlife conservation,(puffins), visitors (bunk house), and community (events and activities). Adaptability and patience are requirements - with weather and tides the main determinators of work at any given time. WWOOFers are given the opportunity to experience life as we live it. Usually meals are taken together, (meat and/or vege. but specialist supplies are not easy to come by here). Bunkhouse or caravan accommodation usually available. |
Not taking any bookings at present.