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The Field of Dreams Farm

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Our little farm is perfect for people with special needs of all ages, young people, schools, colleges, educational groups and the general public.

The majority of our animals are rescue, or born here, are very friendly and make visits to us very pleasant and rewarding to all.

We can also offer visitors a chance to work in the growing side of the farm, we have over 80 raised beds and 4 poly tunnels that all need tending too, fresh produce all year round and the opportunity to try our home grown wares at home when you finish your work!

We are accredited by LEAF for education.

We have a farm shop locally which sells produce grown on the farm, and produce bought in from local farms, we offer deliveries via the website for those isolating.

Some of the things we can offer are ...

  • work in the gardens 
  • help with the animals )
  • work in our under cover mindfulness area, full of arts and crafts
  • cooking
  • mindfulness walks 

 

Who to contact

Name
Sue Smith
Position
Farm Manager
Telephone
07590211124
Email
office@fieldofdreamsfarm.co.uk
Website
https://www.fieldofdreamsfarm.co.uk/
Social Media
 Find us on Facebook
Address
Beyton Road
Thurston
Bury-St-Edmunds
Suffolk
Postcode
IP31 3RA

Where to go

Address
Field Of Dreams
Beyton Road
Thurston
Bury St. Edmunds
Suffolk
Postcode
IP31 3RA
View IP31 3RA on a map
Venue Website
https://www.fieldofdreamsfarm.co.uk/
Parking available
Yes
Parking details
We have Parking near the shop with disabled spaces, also an overflow car park on the top meadow
Transport
Rail to Thurston
Notes

Starting as 2 fields with a stream in between, we now have 2 fields linked by a bridge, 1 side paddocks and a mixture of animals ... wild array of birds (chickens, geese etc) Goats, Pigs, Sheep, Lambs and Alpacas and the other side is where we grow ... we have a few tunnels, raised beds (to be extended), allotments and of course an orchard ... a few small meadows that we work the tractors on for mass planting and we have a shop ... this helps us raise funds to keep going.

Days & Times

Week days by appoinment
Time of day
Morning
Afternoon

Other details

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
varied Per session
Cost Details
Supported and 1 to 1 assisted
Referral required?
Yes
Referral and availability notes

Special needs, schools and colleges

 

Work experience age and Duke of Edinborough are free.

Age Groups
Pre-school, 16-25 years, Children (5-11), Adults, Young people
Accessibility
Disabled Parking, Adapted Toilet

Accreditation details
CEVAS

Service users involved in planning
No

Local Offer

Local Offer
Conditions Supported
Autistic spectrum conditions
Communication difficulties
Health conditions
Learning difficulties
Mental health conditions
Physical disabilities
Sensory impairments

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