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.

Support us...

There are many ways to support our work.

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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

In the media...

The latest TV and newspaper coverage of our work.

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Latest news...

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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  • 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.

  • Countrymen at the Old Vicarage

    We were delighted to be invited to the Old Vicarage in Leigh (near Sherborne) for their Christmas Fair this weekend.

  • We’re hiring: Life & Learning Mentor

    Job vacancy

    As a result of growth, Future Roots is looking for one or two extra Life and Learning Mentors to run sessions with us.