We provide guided activities and training at allotment, farm, outdoor or educational sites for adults and young people.
Typical activities include livestock farming, horticulture, bush crafts, horsemanship, falconry, conservation, eco and nature crafts, Forest Schools and cooking. Activities can be curriculum linked and we also offer City and Guilds accredited horticultural training on a long term basis.
The SweetTree Farming For All team have the experience and skills to work with children, adults and older people with a variety of care and support needs including; learning disabilities, mental health issues, dementia, physical disabilities, offending histories, educational exclusion and alcohol/substance dependencies.
Family members or support organisations can refer a client to one of our existing projects. SweetTree Farming For All benefits from close relationships with local, regional and national funders. Some of our projects are free to attend for clients because of this. To have a look at our charitably funded projects, have a look at our Projects page.
We can work with you to design and deliver a new project, build an allotment or create a community engagement project. Contact us to discuss your ideas.
We deliver stand alone workshops and weekly courses for Social Services, Charities, Schools and other support organisations, tailored to the group or individual’s needs.
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