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Check out Curly's Farm brochure for all information and details

Welcome to Curly's Farm

Take a virtual tour of our beautiful farm, situated on The Isle of Sheppey. Go to www.curlyselgacy.co.uk for more information. Find us on Facebook at Curly...

Hello and welcome to Curly's Farm, 

 

Curly's Farm is a small working farm set in 10 acres of gorgeous Kent countryside, on the Isle of Sheppey. Curly's Farm prides itself on being fully inclusive where everyone can learn and develop their farming and livestock handling skills. The youngest farmers being just 3 years old, we have no upper age limit as we want everyone to access the farm!

 

With Curly being the figurehead of the charity and with Curly being a full-time wheelchair user, his farm has been designed around the needs of those with additional needs.

    

On Curly’s Farm we work together carrying out essential and meaningful, everyday farming tasks working with the livestock that call Curly's Farm home. Learning new skills to improve confidence, self-esteem and working as a group, the young farmers will improve their social skills, tolerance of others and have an important role within the group and the farm team.

  Getting your hands dirty is all part of farming life.  

Curly's Farm is an ALL weather farm (we don't stop because of a little bit of rain), we also have a very large barn for indoor farming activities. We are open to all schools, groups and individuals (by priory arrangement).

 

On Curly’s Farm we work together carrying out essential and meaningful, everyday farming tasks working with the livestock that call Curly's Farm home.

   feeding a lamb    

 

Whilst at Curly's Farm you might want to have your tea-break in Curly's Cabin and picnic area, which is also suitable as a meeting point, for eating your packed lunches or for 'plot to plate' cooking activities using one of the cabin's two kitchens. 

 

Curly's Farm currently works with a large number of primary and secondary schools, as well as Home Educated children, charities and residential units, enabling that their children and adults to access the farm each week.

 

 We all learn to care for livestock, grow and care for home grown produce such as fruits and vegetables and learn the techniques to safely care for the farm animals.

Everyone’s contribution no matter how big or small is valid and important at Curly's Farm

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please use the link below to see all current policies, procedures and risk assessments. 

Judge Rob Rinder visits Curly's Legacy for the Attitude Magazine Foundation

Have a look at the day that Rob Rinder, our Patron, came to visit Curly's Farm.

 

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