Care for the land. Care for the farmers. Care for the community. Fresh, seasonal, unique, local, healthy, abundant food. There are lots of reasons to join the CSA family and receive a share of veg.


Tea in the sunshine on a blanket is the best way to socialise after helping to plant out seedlings or weeding a bed of onions. Learn new skills and help us nurture the soil and plants on the farm.


We offer Level 1 courses in Practical Horticultural Skills. Do you have an allotment? Have you always wanted to understand more about how the food on your plate was grown?


School Farm CSA offer tours of the farm led by one of our founders and growers. We can give general tours of the farm, or tailor tours to focus on a particular topic.

Rainy days

Harvesting today for our CSA members started with a steady rain, but our team of dedicated workers carried on regardless.  We farmers being dedicated to our subscribing members is a corner stone of being a CSA farm.

First Harvest!

Hooray for our first harvest of the year!!! All the hard work is paying off once again. We couldn't do it without the commitment of our members, our volunteers, students, apprentices and Cat our long term volunteer. Thank you all!  There's just 3 places left so email if you want to sign up.