New beginnings: first time WWOOFing in Wales

New beginnings: first time WWOOFing in Wales

By Joel Rouse WWOOFing in Pembrokeshire was like being in another world despite being only 235 miles from where I live and work as a photographer and part-time travel blogger. London is home, and I work on Whitehall – one of London’s tourist hotspots,...
WWOOFing as a post-school remedy

WWOOFing as a post-school remedy

by Amelie Flora Harper-Stanford My name is Amelie, I am nineteen. I live in Forest Row, Sussex, where I enjoy going on walks and navigating the day with my local community. I am a big creative and I value the region of the planet that I have grown up in. I love...
Embracing solo adventures

Embracing solo adventures

WWOOFing adventures in the UK and the empowerment of independent travel for women By Katie Doherty I’ve always enjoyed doing things on my own. From going to the movies alone for a Monday matinee to sitting in a café with a book and people-watching, I find peace and...