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Adeline Farm Community Project offers facilities to the disabled, people with learning difficulties, and other groups in the Wiltshire/Gloucestershire area. Here they enjoy a taste of the countryside by growing their own produce, engaging in environmental projects or participating in anything that has an agricultural bearing.
We work with nature ~ without the use of artificial chemicals ~ and aim to create an inspirational safe-haven that is therapeutic, educational and uplifting to all who participate
Adeline Farm is an ideal place to teach. Groups may learn about a wide range of crops ~ what goes into sowing, planting, harvesting and marketing ~ and farm management. They can also be taught about soil fertility (maintaining the soil by natural means), natural pest control, biodiversity and the seaonality of veg ~ all of which is important for sustainability.
Individuals can experience the joy of the countryside by developing skills, confidence and self-esteem through a hands-on approach to growing.
The main area is an open field site surrounded by old established hedgerows and trees, which provide a wonderful source of wildlife study. A woodland, pond and spring provide a perfect place to study wildlife habitats. Wildlife is abundant ~ buzzards, sparrow hawks, kestrels, robins, mice, moles, pond skaters, common boatman ~ to name a few.
The whole of Adeline Farm is run to maximize biodiversity and to work in harmony with nature.
If you think the facilities at Adeline Farm may be of benefit to you, please contact us via our Contact Us page, or phone Ros on 07970729899.
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