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,...
Mr Fluttergrub’s garden: Asparagus lifts the clouds

Mr Fluttergrub’s garden: Asparagus lifts the clouds

It’s been a gloomy spring in so many ways. In most parts of the UK for any grower or farmer the darkest cloud, metaphorically and literally, has been the weather. It’s almost May but the soil is still sodden. And here in Yorkshire recent weeks have been cold;...
Classifieds – Spring Equinox ’24

Classifieds – Spring Equinox ’24

Welcome to the WWOOF UK Classifieds section. Here you can find postings from members and other friends of WWOOF UK regarding opportunities such as job vacancies, courses, traineeships, events and much more. If you have something you’d like listed in our Classifieds...
Mr Fluttergrub’s garden – Winter Solstice ’23

Mr Fluttergrub’s garden – Winter Solstice ’23

Water(less) cress Watercress was one of the few salad vegetables I got to eat as a child; we weren’t really a salad household. If salad was on the menu it was never more than a couple of leaves of limp lettuce, some de-pipped tomato halves and a few thin slices of...
Hive mind – letters to the editor

Hive mind – letters to the editor

Saving Babbinswood Organic Farm for the future We have been WWOOF hosts since 2012 and have hosted well over 200 volunteers from all over the​ world during that time. We have enjoyed this experience immensely and feedback has been very​ positive too. In the early days...