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Over the last year we have been working hard to make the farm more accessible, and inclusive.

Clynfyw Care Farm is work in progress. We see a long term development ahead of us and suggestions from visitors and participants are more welcomed.

The Care Farm is for people who are staying in the cottages and also for local people coming in on a daily basis.


We are not and are not planning to be a 'drop in for a day tourist attraction' type of place. We know that people enjoy our cottages and the farm because of the peace and quiet. While we are trying to develop the farm, we are committed to keeping the tranquility and peace of the farm.


Currently we have over 40 ex-battery rescue chickens.

We have six pigs, five ewes, 3 newborn lambs and a bucketful of frogs in a water trough.


We grow fruit and vegetables in two polytunnels, a fruit cage, five raised beds and an acre of land. We have a pottery and a sculpture trail woodland walk for people to enjoy and help to develop.

We are planning to develop a woodland numeracy and literacy trail in 2013 and are applying for grants to enable us to add new art works to the trail.

We have a community apple juicing initiative which is entering its second year to great success.

Our Wheelie Good Idea, independent living aid refurbishment project is another project of which we are really delighted! in this project we source and repair old and unused wheelchairs and pieces of mobility equipment which we then export to the developing world where the need is huge and a wheelchair can truly be a life changing piece of equipment.

We are an accredited training centre with Agored Cymru, running courses in a huge range of areas from horticulture and creative arts to setting up your own business, wheelchair refurbishment and self-empowerment. For more information, check our Learning Centre page.

Several of our staff have been on Total Communication courses to improve our non-verbal communication skills.

We would like to thank the following organisations for their support in helping establish the projects so far:

The Country Landowners Association, Pembrokeshire Association of Voluntary Services (PAVS), Milford Haven Port Authority, Collaborative Communities. Millennium Stadium, Awards for All. 

All feedback and suggestions are much appreciated.

If you would like to join the mailing list to hear about how this project develops, please let us know:

Many thanks!

(March 2014)




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