classifieds

Jun 1, 2015

Here are the latest classified ads. Please keep them rolling in, send them to editor@wwoof.org.uk

We are seeking long-term residential volunteers (food and board plus small stipend) to help run Monkton Wyld Court, Centre for Sustainable Living in rural Dorset. We have vacancies in administration, education and gardening. Live and work in a small and friendly team doing something rewarding. See our website for more details! 

I have about 120 PSS magazines to donate if anyone is interested – I live in Exeter, Devon. Contact: Pat Kendrew 07968607595 

Too much land to manage in Bristol, North Somerset or South Gloucestershire area? Looking to buy or rent 1/2 – 1 1/2 acres suitable for small scale organic fruit and vegetable production with potential for living on site. Contact Barbara: carlisleishome@yahoo.co.uk 

Seeking peace and quiet. Place to live in exchange for helping out. Keen to buy wild woodland to create retreat. Contact: siegehay@gmail.com 

3-bed detached old stone house with 2 acres in Scottish Borders, 40 miles Edinburgh. Organically-run for 12 years, veg beds, large greenhouse, 60′ polytunnel, pond, sheds, caravans, large outbuilding with potential for granny flat. Village setting, bus route, school etc. £230,000. email Alison at oldjailhouse@btinternet.com. 

We’re looking for a smallholding in Hereford/Worcester/Shropshire for organic living and growing. Anything over 1 acre with a reasonable price-tag considered. Contact pensca@gmail.com

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Mr Fluttergrub’s Garden: Globe artichokes

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WWOOFing at Soillse Cohousing, Findhorn

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