Paddington Farm Trust
Based on an organic farm at the foot of Glastonbury Tor, we host residentials for disadvantaged young people from urban areas, helping them connect with nature and learn about food and farming. We support our local community with weekly volunteer days plus family-friendly courses and events. The farm has orchards, meadows and market gardens and produces delicious organic fruit and vegetables, apple juice, honey, hay and lambs.
A 30-Mile Feast, a Tasting or Other?
Farm tours and apple juice tastings on Mon 17 & Mon 24, volunteer mornings on Wednesdays. Plus the People's Picnic Party on Sun 30 – a family-friendly feast with a difference
Join a farm tour to meet our animals, visit our orchards, find out about our organic fruit and veg enterprise and hear about our work with disadvantaged communities. Tours also include a chance to sample our famous apple juice.
Paddington Farm is also hosting The People's Picnic Party on Sunday 30 July from 1-4pm, FREE (but donations are accepted). It's a community feast in partnership with Feed Avalon, Sustainable Wells Fresh & Good, Love Glastonbury and Paddington Farm Trust. See The People's Picnic Party listing for more details.
Visitors are also welcome to join our Wednesday volunteer mornings, which are open to all and run every week from 9.30am-1pm, followed by a tasty home-cooked lunch made with our own organic produce.
Farm tours: Mon 17, Mon 24 July, 11am-12.30pm;
People's Picnic Party: Sun 30 July, 1-4pm;
Volunteer morning: every Wednesday 9.30am-1pm
Any more information?
Please note the farm tour is not suitable for visitors with very limited mobility. Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times.
Booking required for some or all of your events, even if free?
Is there a charge for some events, even if others are free?
Any special directions?
Walkers and cyclists can access the farm via Maidencroft Lane; drivers please use our Wick Lane entrance. Directions can be found on our website.