Future Roots offers the opportunity for people to utilise a rural environment to enhance their well being and to reach their potential. We use a Resilience Model to structure practical activities which have proven to be effective in ensuring progression. We cater for all ages 8 to over a hundred and programmes are designed to engage people who are hardest to reach.

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  • #GIVEME5

    Donate £5 on 28 January or 25 February and see it doubled!

  • LocalGiving

    Make a donation through our online fundraising partner.

  • Holnest Country Fayre

    Our annual open weekend – 24th & 25th September 2016

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The latest news from Future Roots, not to mention Alfie's Diary (he's the farm's Jack Russell you know).

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  • People Think I’m Grumpy! – October 2016

    Alfies Blog Oct 2016

    Woof! Welcome back to my blog. I hope you have been wrapping up now that winter is coming in, I’ve made Julie-boss get my winter coat out! People think I’m grumpy but don’t really take time to understand me, they listen to me grumbling and then decide I am bad tempered. They are being unreasonable. Why […]

  • Alfie Stays In – September 2016

    Holnest Fayre Dog Show

    Hello all! Thanks for reading my blog. This weekend was a little bit different than normal, I spent a lot of time on my own because the farm had a Country Fayre. I wasn’t even allowed to go in the dog show and meet lots of lovely ladies or be given the chance to win […]

  • Countrymen on Countryfile

    We were pleased to welcome Ellie Harrison and the BBC Countryfile production team to the farm last month. For those who missed it, you can now view our feature below.