Regional care farm events - various dates

A range of local and regional care farm events are listed below by region:


Wednesday 7th February - VOLUNTEER AND STAFF FOCUS -  Emotional Resilience: Address Stress, Discover ways to be more effective and reflective, Air issues and Share successes.  

Thursday 1st March - IMPACT FOCUS - Measure and communicate your impact

If you are intersted in attending please contact  Amber Alferoff   London Project Officer Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens Tel: 07761 920 776  Email: 

Yorkshire Dales

Opportunities and Bee More Project in the Yorkshire Dales - Between February and March 2018 Bee More will be offering a new opportunity - see Flyer here for more information

West Midlands

A new project being delivered  at Ryton Organic Gardens, Coventry. ‘Thyme to Be’ is a free project that will give family carers an opportunity to be part of a group who meet regularly to grow, harvest and eat together. You will get able to take items away to grow at home and will also take part in therapeutic activities.Sessions will be running throughout the year from 11am to 3pm. The initial dates are below:

27th February, 27th March, 24th April 2018.

Refreshments, including lunch will be provided. Transport can be arranged upon request. If you or someone you know may be interested in this opportunity then please get in touch. If you would like us to send you copies of the attached poster, this can also be arranged.

For further information, or if you are thinking of joining us, please get in touch using the contact details below.

Colette Bond

Head of Education, Garden Organic

02476 217747  More details here 


Code of Practice

The SF&G Code of Practice for care farming services provides quality assurance for clients, commissioners and families alike. We encourage all care farmers to adopt the care farming Code of Practice. For more information click here

Care Farm of the Month

Hall Farm, Eastoft in Lincolnshire works with adults & children of varying abilities

More info here