Lawrence Weston Community Farm

Lawrence Weston Community Farm is a community-managed project that aims to improve the quality of life for local people and its service-users.

The farm does this by working with members of the local community and others, to provide a range of innovative and exciting, educational, social, environmental, economic and recreational activities. The farm is particularly interested in combating social exclusion and addressing issues caused by multiple deprivation by providing a safe and supportive environment in which people can flourish and contribute positively to their community.

Farm Hands (8 – 11yr olds) Sunday Engagement Worker

Farm Hands gives local 8-11yr olds the opportunity to get involved in and help look after the community farm. They take part in a wide variety of practical outdoor work and play session on the farm; across its farmyard, gardens, woodland and orchard.

We are seeking to recruit a Sunday Farm Hands Engagement Worker (7hrs a week all year) to run weekly sessions; engaging, supporting and supervising the Farm Hands in a range of outdoor activities.

Temporary contract funded by BBC Children in Need
Salary £19 000 pro rata
Closing date Friday 13th September 5pm
Interviews Tuesday 24th September
Please return application and monitoring forms to


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