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.

Our projects...

A showcase of some of our work.

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  • Future Farmers

    Vocational training in agriculture, horticulture and rural skills (City & Guilds).

  • Field 2 Fork

    Outdoor education and enrichment for young people with complex learning needs.

  • The Countrymen’s Club

    Tackling the specific challenges faced by older men from rural communities.

In the media...

The latest TV and newspaper coverage of our work.

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Fresh from the farm...

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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