Visits from groups like Rotary, Chiltern Society, Young Farmers, Scouts, Guides or Schools have been welcomed over the years, the late John Knight stabling and driving the local Rotary Christmas Sleigh.
Several years ago we realised that sharing the farm in a way that involves more direct participation could really help the health of others as well as improve people’s understanding and appreciation of the countryside, something we are passionate about.
We encourage you to visit websites for testimonials from other Care Farms, accessed through Care Farming UK, or to look up the Let Nature Feed Your Senses project.
Road Farm Countryways CIC is run by a dedicated team of staff, Local Volunteers and Directors. We value the input from John Shaw’s accountancy background with charitable bodies and Susan Evans’ experience with the elderly and special artistic creativity.
Wendy and Duncan Gray are co-leaders of Road Farm Countryways, Duncan holding an award of Merit for Exceptional Service to Scouting as well as long service award, GNAS qualified Archery Leader, Air Rifle Tutor and Range Safety Officer with the National Small Bore Rifle Association. Wendy has qualified through the Open College Network for Countryside Educational Visits including Care Farming Unit as well as having a Bsc (Hons) degree in Science and the Environment. They have four children, are active in their local community and have also spent several years overseas assisting with rural development projects in Haiti and Northern Uganda.