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Our Countryfile Debut 

It’s been a busy summer for Farm-Able, thanks to Countryfile and Jamie Quinn, one of our veterans who secured a 97 acre farm in Lincolnshire where our feature was filmed. One month on and we want to acknowledge all the people that gave donations, the farmers that want to support Veterans on their farms and the Veterans who have taken the step to look at alternative ways of helping themselves to grow and heal in the great outdoors, learning rural and farming skills, with caring and understanding people.

We are very pleased to announce that we are in the process of working with farmers who are interested in supporting Veterans in Lincolnshire, Yorkshire, Cumbria, Oxfordshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Hampshire.  With possibilities in Wales and Herefordshire to come.

There are so many skills to be gained including biomass, dairy farming, beef and sheep, green woodworking, making spinning wheels and blacksmith making tools, wildlife conservation to livestock breeding, ice cream making to goat keeping and even growing tea!, yes tea, to volunteer project management. 

For further information please send an email to info@farmable.co.uk 
 

 
 Jamie speaking with Adam Henson                Penny and the Countryfile crew
We are moving in high circles!

We are pleased to announce that two of our veterans have successfully started employment through our project. One as a gardener at a manor house, featured on the last newsletter and the other as a tree surgeon in the grounds of a castle!

There are still more volunteer opportunities that could possibly lead to employment available at the manor house. If you'd like part of this wonderful place and help to restore the walled garden back to its former glory, please contact us on info@farmable.co.uk

Lunch at Lupton House, Brixham - 28th September 
 
Join us for lunch and a tour of the beautiful surroundings of Lupton House. An historic manor house built between 1747-1821. During World War II the house and grounds were used by American forces, after which it became a hotel and then housed three schools.
 
On the day there is the opportunity to get involved with apple picking and pressing, learn about the restoration project since the fire in 1926 and discover more about the extensive selection of activities such as dance and art groups and complementary therapies.
Looking for Veteran Event Volunteers!

Can you help to support a fellow veteran with organising a Festival of History event? The festival will be held on 11th - 12th August 2018 in South Devon and will feature History through the Ages, including military vehicles, educational talks, demonstrations, craft stalls, vintage fair, vintage vehicles, plus lots more, creating a fun weekend for all ages.

If you would like to get involved please email info@farmable.co.uk
Babeny Farm Stables  - 12th October and 26th October
 
Set in the picturesque Dartmoor, Babeny Farm Stables offers riding experiences for all.  Whether you’ve never been on a horse, or are an experienced rider come along for a relaxed and enjoyable day out. 
 
If you would rather keep your feet on the ground you are welcome to groom the horses or just spend time in their calming company. Whatever you choose the friendly and experienced team will be on hand to offer you guidance and encouragement, ensuring your day is a great success.
 
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