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
Here is a list of existing communities that have told us that they are participating WWOOF hosts:

PA66 6BN

Erraid is a small Hebridean island in Scotland, in view of Iona.

BS9 3PE

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

KY15 7RJ

We are a small community living in a beautiful walled garden and orchard set around a medieval to

IV45 8RS

Rubha Phoil is a new nature based permaculture community on a paradise on the Isle of Skye.

HR8 2TD

We are farming cooperative and intentional community in rural Herefordshire.

OX10 6AN

Founded in 1950, Braziers is a non-religious community and a college.

BA6 8AQ

Pendragon House is located close to the heart of Glastonbury, 5 minutes from both the High Street

DH7 8EN

The Land of Roots Ltd is a co-operative company that owns and manages Cooke’s West Wood, 15.5 acr

SA34 0YD

Lammas is an organisation dedicated to promoting low impact development.

EX17 6RF

We live in a large country house in the rolling Devon hills.

SY18 6JR

We are a small land based community with many transient members from all walks of life who aspire

MK15 9AA

The Well at Willen (a work of the Society of the Sacred Mission) is a modern faith based communit

SA44 5HX

We are an intentional community committed to living, working and having fun on an 80 acre organic

IV36 2UE

After over 20 successful years as a small family and land-based community, we have officially dis

PL13 1PA

Keveral Farm has been a community since 1973.

CH45 9JA

Inspired by the countercultural arts lab movement of the 1960s, the New Brighton Arts Lab is a be

ML11 0NJ

Talamh is Gaelic for Earth, and it’s 50 acres form a green haven just north of the Southern Uplan

IV36 2RE

The Newbold Trust is a social enterprise dedicated to nurturing positive change by hosting transf

BH21 4JQ

The community at Gaunts House is informal and more inevitable rather than intentional.

OX14 4AF

The Abbey is a Retreat, Education and Conference

SA15 5BR

Ty’r Eithin is a small Biodynamic farm with many traditional marshy grassland fields, full of wil

DT6 6DQ

Monkton Wyld Court is a Centre for Sustainability run by a resident community with the help of sh

GL54 5AQ

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

TA14 6TE

Tinkers Bubble is a small woodland community which uses environmentally sound methods of working

SA17 5ES

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

TQ13 8SD

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CO7 6TG

We are a large community of people who share an old friary, and 70 acres of Suffolk farmland.

SY5 6HA

Crabapple Community was founded in 1975 and moved here to Berrington Hall (a rambling, slightly e

WF4 3JL

Our main area of work is supporting a college for students with learning disabilities.

SA42 0QJ

As stewards of this 80-acre farm, we try to live our lives working with, rather than against natu

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