Our little farm is perfect for people of all ages and abilities. We are providing a space that local schools, parents, and alternative education providers can use to help children learn about growing food, where it comes from, harvesting, cooking, sampling, and selling to the public

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They will learn about a healthy diet and how farms benefit them along the way, with the option to follow up any practical sessions on the farm, at school, using resources provided by us. We run group sessions on set days, Care and Grow for preschool children on a Thursday morning 10 till 11.30 am. Saturday morning Farm Club, for all school age and those in mainstream. Anxious kids, DofE, home education , work experience for schools and colleges, Lapwing alternative education, Atypical education and people of all ages with learning difficulties.


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Dream Care Farm is a non profit, Community Interest Company (CIC), centered around the healing and growth of everyone in the community, no matter your age or background, there’s plenty to do, see and learn. Spending time with animals and in nature is very healing and relaxing in this increasingly fast and digital world. We aim to help all to step back and relax. Not only this, but the farm is also a very educational experience, we take pride in how we cater to the young and less able in our approach to teach them about the wondrous world around and in renewable farming, plants have as many needs and need just as much care as the animals, as a byproduct this means all can be included, whether you’re looking for some strength building digging or mindful picking and tending to the wide range of crops, the time you have in the garden is as enjoyable as eating the literal fruits of your labour.

The farm itself houses a wide range of animals from sheep and pigs, birds and goats and even our Alpaca 'Buzz'. We interact with the animals for feeding, keeping an eye on their health or simply enjoying their company leading to their comfort around people. Naturally this helps engagement when teaching people from all walks of life how farms work.

Alternatively we are also renewing our crop farming areas where we grow various berries and aim to transform our land to hold incredible learning sessions about crop farming, methods throughout different time periods and the importance of renewability. We are the closest community farm to Moreton Hall, and are a great resource to have for both the teaching and uplifting of spirits for the local community. We currently have groups for families to come and visit, feed the animals and learn about them.

The CIC has been registered from the 2 August 2022, in this time, it has provided groups for young children and families to help improve their mental health and education regarding animals and farming on weekly groups, Saturday and Wednesdays. We also have 4 events yearly for each season events such as Easter egg hunt, Pumpkin patch and Halloween activity days, Santas Grotto

There are also lots of volunteer opportunities for individuals that wish to support us and our cause, helping us to grow and develop.


  • Some of the things we can offer are ...
  • work in the gardens 
  • help with the animals 
  • mindfulness walks 
  • enjoying a relaxing outside space
  • learning new skills including AQAs

For more information and to organise a visit, please go to the contact us  page, we do offer free tours and a free trial session before you commit to joining us.

We are accredited by LEAF for education.


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