OUR PROJECTS

We live in communities that are often disconnected. Green spaces offer communities an opportunity to create connections through food - growing, harvesting, discussing, eating, & sharing.

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With the support of dedicated Volunteers we are developing a heritage walled kitchen garden and 22 acres of AONB land in Kent, delivering projects and activities that tackle food poverty and rural isolation whilst improving physical and mental health for communities throughout Rother, Hastings and West Kent.

Using the site’s natural assets, we use traditional heritage skills training to reconnect communities and generations.

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HOPE FARM ORGANICS BOX SCHEME

We cultivate and harvest organic produce, using this to create learning experiences for all ages and to promote the benefits of growing, cooking and eating healthy food.

Our Organic Box Scheme offers a variety of organic produce including seasonal fruit and veg, meat, dairy, pantry, bakery and wine products.  All proceeds go back into the charity.

LENDING A HELPING HAND

If you are interested in organic horticulture, nature-based activities that improve wellbeing, or conservation and heritage rural crafts, why not come along and give us a helping hand.

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