Sacrewell Farm

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Sacrewell Farm is a charity based in 550 acres of land near Peterborough, run by the William Scott Abbott Trust. With animals to meet, outdoor spaces to discover, a recently restored 18th century watermill & indoor soft play centre there is lots to explore for the whole family.

This activity is good for wellbeing because

  • The farm aims to connect all ages and communities from Peterborough through hands on experience, the art of agriculture, food science, healthy organic living, heritage and countryside learning.
  • Whether you’re a gardener looking for a new project, a handyman with time on your hands or a budding historian with a thirst for living history, there may be the perfect voluntary role to suit you
  • Education is at the heart of Sacrewell Farm, who serve over 3300 local school children from across Peterborough with one hundred school visits annually

Take a virtual trip to Sacrewell:

Available for free:

  • Volunteering opportunities

Activities here are subject to a fee – for more information contact directly.


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