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Scrubditch Farm Farm to Fork


Farm to Fork Youth Sessions
Date and times
9th and 16th August 10am til 1pm
Location and Directions
Scrubditch Care Farm, North Cerney, Cirencester – directions will be emailed after booking
Contact Details
01285 895790

Activity Description
Farm to Fork cookery Workshop for 11-16 year olds at Scrubditch Care Farm near North Cerney.
During this 3 hour inclusive cookery session for disabled and non-disabled young people, they will cooker with fresh ingredients – many of which they will pick at the farm themselves!
They will create some delicious dishes in a small group of 6 young people which they will than eat on the farm for their lunch. They will also be able to meet some of the animals during their visit to the Care Farm.
Parents do not need to stay with their children for the session and unfortunately we cannot accept unbooked siblings – places for all children must be booked.
If your child has any additional needs please do not hesitate to contact us ( to discuss how we can best support them during their Farm Activity session.

Full directions will be emailed once spaces have been booked

Food Provision
The children will enjoy a fruit snack during the morning and will make a range of different pasta sauces using fresh ingredients to enjoy with their homemade pasta lunch.

If your child has any dietary requirements or food intolerances please do not hesitate to contact us to ensure we provide the correct foods for them –

If you feel your child(ren)’s dietary requirements will not be met by our provision please visit
for more information on how you can access suitable and nutritional food for your children

Scrubditch Care Farm is a registered charity that provides farm based activities for vulnerable people, specifically adults and young people with learning disabilities, throughout the year.
We have an accessible toilet onsite and wheelchairs are able to access a great deal of the farm – all activities are planned to include both disabled and non disabled children.
Our cookery studio has height adjustable work stations for those that need to work seated and we have a range of cookery aids that can enable disabled people to be more independent in the kitchen.

Our staff and volunteers are experienced in supporting and enabling people with a range of disabilities and communication differences – if you would like to discuss your childs support needs prior to attending Scrubditch Care Farm please do not hesitate to contact us to do so –

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