Go WWOOFing at a Community

WWOOF stands for World Wide Opportunities On Organic Farms. If you join WWOOF and become a "WWOOFer" you can volunteer to work on "host" farms and smallholdings in exchange for food, accommodation and an opportunity to learn about organic agriculture and acquire practical skills. Many communities are WWOOF hosts and WWOOFing is an excellent way to get a feel for how different communities run. However, WWOOF is a charity which is only able to keep going because of the small annual fee charged to its members. So in order to WWOOF at a community you must already be a WWOOF member. Join here:
https://www.wwoof.org.uk/join_wwoof
Here is a list of existing communities that have told us that they are participating WWOOF hosts:

BS9 3PE

Cherry Orchards is a small therapeutic community in north Bristol set on a 20 acre estate.

SA17 5ES

Heartwood is an old dairy farm with 35 acres of land: woods, pasture, wetland, streams, orchards

IV36 2RE

The Newbold Trust is a Wellbeing and Sustainable Living centre.

GL54 5AQ

Postlip Hall is a beautiful, large, Grade 1 listed, Jacobean manor house with 15 acres of land, n

SA34 0YD

Lammas is an organisation dedicated to promoting low impact development.

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