News Archive

Farm to City Itinerary

Here is the run down for Shallowford Farm ‘in the City’. Downloadable PDF


Work Party

Despite the looming weather warnings the group arrived and tackled the long list of tasks we had generated. Eight of us, plus a four legged helper, made great use of the Saturday, making significant progress before retiring to the fire …


Easter visitors from Providence House helped in the Lambing Sheds

During April there were 450 ewes due to lamb at Broadaford farm. The two groups from Providence House worked hard in the lambing sheds every morning topping up the feed, water and straw, they witnessed that wonderful moment when the …


Crime Prevention Panel Report

Working with vulnerable young people is a challenge, delight and privilege. Read on the understand the difference that time at the farm makes “85% of the children who access PH services (and visit Shallowford Farm) come from disadvantaged backgrounds, falling …


“So You Want To Be A Farmer?”

Local school groups from Key Stages 1, 2 and 3 have really enjoyed visiting Shallowford and Broadaford farms.  During their day they were involved in feeding the young piglets, herding the ducks and geese, following trails, learning about lambing and …


Listen to this, Job; stop and consider God’s wonders

Job 34:14

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