Our aim is to provide training that helps people get a job, and to improve people's confidence and life skills.
We are also a place for everyone to enjoy and benefit from, whatever your abilities and needs. We are now delivering "Freedom Sessions" which are free to access.
Heathfield Farm covers 32 acres and is on level ground, with a very fast-draining sandy soil. It is on the outskirts of Broadclyst Village, on the road that leads to Cranbrook. The farm is divided by hedges and fences into 4 main fields, plus an orchard and several farm buildings. In one of the fields we have polytunnels and outdoor vegetables, pigs and apple trees. The other three fields are grazed by sheep and cattle. The farm buildings are a large wooden barn, used to store equipment and machinery; a smaller workshop barn for tools; and a meeting room / kitchen with a pleasant outdoor seating area.
During the current coronavirus pandemic, we are offering carefully-managed and safe activity sessions for people. These are being funded through a grant from the National Lottery Community Fund. They are open free of charge to anyone with a learning disability and / or autism.
Heathfield Farm is a place designed to support adults with learning disabilities and / or autism.
- Monday to Friday 9.30am to 3pm
- 17 to 25 years old
- 26 to 64 years old
- Learning disabilities
- Brain injuries
- Cerebral palsy
- Communication impairments
- Down's syndrome
- Hearing impairments
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