Providing Therapeutic and Educational Care Services Through Farming
Care farms can provide health, social, therapeutic or educational care services for a range of vulnerable groups of people including those with mental health problems, adults and children with learning disabilities, people with autism and disaffected or disadvantaged young people.
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We provide an environment that inspires teamwork, helps to build relationships and encourages communication through animal and land based activities.
Care farming will give visitors an academic opportunity thanks to a number of our activities that link farming to biology, maths, english, geography, horticulture and arts & crafts.
Wheelchair Accessible Areas
Wheelchair users can be accommodated through wheelchair accessible areas throughout the farm and kennels areas. Please ask us for more details on our wheelchair accessible facilities.
Membership & Accreditations
Our fantastic team of staff is CEVAS and CHAS accredited. Find out more about our accreditations and risk assessments on our About Us page.
Who are you
If you are a teacher interested in visiting Mount Pleasant Farm as part of a school trip, click the button below to view our information page tailored for teachers.For Teachers / Governors
Parents / Carers & Agencies
If you are a parent/carer or a care organisation wishing to find out more about how visits to our care farm may be of benefit, click the button below to view information tailored to you.For Parents / Carers
Local Authority / Care Organisations
If you are a parent or carer looking to visit our care farm with children with special needs, click the button below to view information tailored to you.For Local Authority