If you would like to contribute towards our bursary fund to help individuals or enable a specific group to visit, your support would be most welcome. It costs about £40 day care visit and £120 group visit.
Whether a one off gift or regular donation, we are thankful that you are enabling this service to run.
Please use the secure “Donate” button or alternatively, post a cheque payable to Road Farm Countryways CIC to Road Farm Countryways CIC, Road Farm, Aylesbury Road, Great Missenden, Bucks. HP16 9LS.
- We have an ongoing need for overalls, wellies and hand hygiene items (soap and towels) together with basic stationary.
- Hand tools are also welcome, as are tea, coffee, white sugar, juice and biscuits!
- Should you be able to provide larger sign-age or publicity sponsorship, we would be delighted to hear from you and gladly include you on our links page.
Please use the contact form provided or telephone 01494 862413.
We’ve already raised over £11,500 towards these BUT we still need £50,000 to complete the project. The building sits at the top of the beautiful farm yard, flanked by traditional barns which the farm has already restored to working and educational use at considerable cost, alongside support and advice from Natural England. The lovely loos will give decades of access to working Chilterns countryside for those with special learning and medical needs, influencing both education and ongoing well-being for over 750 people each year.
A BIG THANK YOU to all the individuals and organisations who have helped us so far including our first five Super Sixty Supporters: Sweet Charity, the Mobbs Memorial Trust, CLA Charitable Trust, Roland Callingham Foundation and Great Missenden Rotary.
We are especially seeking MORE Super 60 Supporters to kindly contribute £500 (or more) each in this, the sixtieth year of the family at Road Farm (4th and soon to be 5th generation living here).
Could you or your business help us with funding? Do talk to us, it shows excellent business corporate social responsibility!
Community Interest Company
Note that a Community Interest Company is a new form of company designed for social enterprises where the assets and profits of a CIC are either permanently retained within the CIC and used solely for community purpose or transferred to another “asset locked” organisation such as another CIC or charity.
Within CIC law, wages must remain within reasonable limits, the company must demonstrate that it operates for community purpose and financial surplus must be reinvested into the company for its community benefits. Any assets owned by the company are “locked” for its community purpose.
Road Farm Countryways CIC is separate to the working agricultural farm business.