Care Farming UK Case Study: Woodside Rural Care Farm, Cambridgeshire
Case study notes on a care farm with the primary aim of physical and mental rehabilitation of exservicemen and women.
Year of Publication2012
A recently established care farm (autumn 2010), whose primary aim is the physical and mental rehabilitation of exservicemen and women. The care farm is based on a smallholding that has 6 acres of woodland, some livestock and vegetable gardens/polytunnels, and a few other activities. The care farm is run by Paul Martin (chief executive) together with Dr Joy Duffen and Phillipa Coates (who are the owners).
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- Subject Collection > Training & skills
- Subject Collection > Business > Business co-operative
- Subject Collection > Business > Marketing & product development
- Subject Collection > Social & community enterprise
- Subject Collection > Livestock & dairy > Sheep production
Providing a voice and supportive services for care farmers, to inspire decision makers and to develop policies and actions that will support care farming in the UK.Website
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