If you would like to help here, please do contact us. You do not have to be outside: it’s helpful to have someone to make a cup of tea and be involved with arts and crafts, let alone other paperwork! We do have an application form for our volunteers and often require you to have a Data Barring Service check.

Road Farm Countryways CIC would be very grateful for your financial support to help provide unique, positive opportunities to others of all ages as they journey through learning and personal circumstances.

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 now hand turn beautiful items from carefully selected wood, most of it grown on the farm and crafted by our Farm Helpers into beautiful Pens, Fancy Pencils, plant dibbers, key rings, door stops.  We also use pallet wood to make interesting boxes, Wonderful Wellie Offers and other items.  Please email us if you’d like to purchase items.

  • 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.
  • Support us by purchasing something from our Wish List – perhaps you could help us fund one or more items that we are in need of to help with the smooth running of the care farm and our other projects.

Please use the contact form provided or telephone 01494 862413.

A Community Interest Company is a not-for-profit business 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.

The 2.6 Challenge was launched to help save the UK’s charities in light of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Could you help us through by taking on a fundraising challenge? We need to raise funds to enable the continued delivery of amazing experiences for vulnerable people and encourage education here.  Specifically, we also need to improve the fencing for our goats to ensure their safety and the best management of our grassland and trees.  Could you help us?