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Flower club 2024

UPDATE: All spots are taken now but reach out to go on the volunteer waitlist. Thank you!

If you’re interested in helping out on the farm once per month from March to October in exchange for a chance to pick your own flower bouquet and spend time learning and growing in the garden then please read on!

I’m starting a Wednesday morning and a Sunday morning flower club, from 10 until 12, always with the option to stay for 30 minutes at the end for tea and coffee. I’d like a group of 4 people for each club, and the hope is that the participants will learn something new each month and will attend all of the sessions in order to form a close knit group and get the most out of the experience.

I’ve loved my volunteer days so far, but I’d love even more to cultivate a small group of volunteers who can build up the skills to either help me going forward or start their own projects. This feels like an important next step for me and my little business, the precursor to employees and a way to develop my leadership skills, and the help of all these extra hands just a few times a month will make a big difference to what I can achieve this season.

In exchange for regular help, you’ll get your pick of the field to make a bouquet to take home or give away, a perfect way to enjoy the beauty and diversity of seasonal British flowers and develop your own creativity.

If you’re interested, please get in touch with a bit about yourself and confirmation that you can attend at least 6 of the 8 sessions for your chosen day (dates listed below).

Sunday morning dates:

March 3, April 14, May 12, June 16, July 7, August 11, September 8, October 20

Wednesday morning dates:

March 13, April 17, May 8, June 5, July 17, August 14, September 25, October 9

Events

Come and visit the farm! Yoga, meditation and volunteering, pick-your-own and cut and create workshops are held once per month from June to October - book a place via the webshop.

About us

We are a small family farm growing flowers and raising animals in a way that gives back to the soil, makes space for the birds and the bees, and brings joy to us and our community.

Flowers bring colour and wonder back into our busy man-made days, and they remind us to take a moment’s break, just to appreciate.

These are flowers that you can feel good about. I use organic seed compost and homemade bokashi, no nasty pesticides or industrial chemicals, just biological controls and homemade fertilisers.

I use only compostable or reusable materials in my floristry. Your bouquet will be wrapped in brown paper and twine, and everything I sell is grown here on the farm unless stated otherwise.

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