In our Spring 2012 newsletter we say fairwell to Mike Plant who retired after 22 years at Treginnis. We visit Wick Court’s buzzing bees and Helen tried her hand at mucking out pigsties!
Our Winter 2012 newsletter brings the launch of Michael and Clare Morpurgo’s very special book ‘Where My Wellies Take Me‘ and we share Angela’s Apple Cake recipe for a cosy evening in.
This Spring we are celebrating all things apple. 35 years since the first apple trees were planted by Farms for City Children at Nethercott, we can still see an abundance of fruit being produced from the trees. Depending on what […]
2012 sees a new flock of Lleyn yearlings arrive at Wick Court to extend the lambing period. We join the National Trust ‘MyFarm’ and celebrate our new Christmas card designed by artist Imogen Harvey-Lewis and children at the farms.
Celebrating 20 years at Treginnis, the children help Stuart Coles build a space where they can learn rural crafts at Nethercott House.
Michael Caines MBE becomes a Vice President of the charity. We also celebrate the launch of ‘Wick Court Food Farm’ at Wick Court. Winter 2010
Jonathan Crump leaves Wick Court and continues producing premium quality single and double Gloucester cheeses on a larger farm. We are also restoring the ancient orchards at Wick Court. Spring 2009
On a beautifully sunny day in May, the children and teachers of Harewood Junior School from Gloucester hosted a visit from our Patron, Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal. Winter 2009
We are delighted to have been selected as the official charity of this year’s Devon County Show. In January we moved our small head office team into the town of Okehampton. Spring 2008
After being the official charity of this year’s Devon County Show, many supporters volunteered to rattle collecting buckets on our behalf, raising over £4,000 towards our work. Hundreds of people visited our stand, staying to chat and find out more about what we do, including the […]