We offer a range of volunteer and wellbeing opportunities that enable people to spend time in a green space, meet new people, learn new skills or get work experience.
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, we have had to limit the number of people participating in our groups to ensure everyone's safety. During this time we are only accepting new enquiries from people that are isolated, have learning difficulties or experiencing poor mental health. Have a look at the open activities below and contact us on email@example.com.
We hope to open general volunteer opportunities over the summer months.
Current activities include:
18-25 Outdoor Wellbeing + Practical Skills Course
Each session will take place at our peaceful and private wooded space. We will focus on caring for the site through conservation, food growing and practical maintenance tasks. There will be mindfulness activities and you are welcome to wander and enjoy the site. No previous experience needed!
When: Mondays, Morning 11 - 1.30 or Afternoon 2.30 - 5.00
Where: Boiling Wells
Who: Anyone aged 18-25
Will I need anything: Warm clothes, a coat, a drink, practical footwear
18-25 Animal Care Placements
We are running 12 week practical placements in basic animal care, where you’ll get to learn goat milking, mucking out and other animal related tasks
When: Friday's, morning or afternoon
Where: St Werburghs City Farm main site
Who: Anyone aged 18-25
Will I need anything: Suitable clothes for the weather, practical footwear
Supported placements for adults with learning difficulties
We offer unique training placements and therapeutic activities in horticulture and animal care for adults with learning difficulties. All our sessions are socially distanced and safely designed to minimise the risk of Covid - 19 transmission.
Nestled amongst the trees at the bottom of the Farm, the Log Cabin provides a safe, accessible and well equipped environment in which trainees are supported to a high staff to trainee ratio. During the course of their placement, trainees will learn new skills, gain new interests, grow in confidence, develop support networks and attain greater independence all whilst playing an active role within the community.
Placements can be arranged through individual personal payments, referrals through Bristol City Council's Support Planning team or through South Gloucestershire Council.