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Volunteer Tuesdays at Bridie's Farm

Volunteer Tuesdays at Bridie's Farm

Task · 4–8 hrs
Porchestall Drove, Glastonbury BA6 9RP, UK
Nature & sustainabilityCommunity & familyWellbeing
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Glastonbury Food and Regenerative Farming Centre (Bridie's Farm)
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We welcome you to join our dynamic community volunteering group, with flexible roles and activity, dependent on the farm and individual ability/preference.

Detailed description

Typical volunteer days vary according to season, but ways that you can get involved may include: tree planting, infrastructure development, establishing growing beds and polytunnels for Organic produce, propagating and planting; pruning, maintaining the site and equipment plus opportunities to meet with others.

Our key objectives are: 

  • Create a thriving restorative carbon retaining food economy. 
  • Restore and create habitats for wildlife and biodiversity. 
  • Develop a diverse range of educational, training and job opportunities. 
  • Increase local social inclusion for vulnerable and marginalised groups. 

What we will provide to volunteers

🤝 Extra support

Getting there

Please be aware there is no parking on site at this time. We actively encourage people to walk or cycle here where possible. We have space for dropping off and collecting, and very limited space for disabled parking. Please book in advance by contacting [email protected] or 07950 788791
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About Glastonbury Food and Regenerative Farming Centre (Bridie's Farm)

"Remembering Our Place In Nature" is our vision at Bridie's Farm, choosing a way to cocreate on the land through agroecology, permaculture, traditional heritage/crafts and responding to community needs. The ambition of the project is to create a sustainable community farm, which will create a safe and impactful space for connection with others and educational opportunities to enhance the local area.