On the 13th and 15th February, FarmAbility was invited to join the Oxford University Museum of Natural History for their half-term event looking at the wonderful chicken!
We have spaces for new co-farmers on Wednesdays and Thursdays! If you, or someone you support, would like to come for a free ‘taster’ morning to find out what co-farmers get up to, please contact JP (01865 245604) or email JP@farm-ability.org.uk We look forward to meeting you!
FarmAbility has two beautiful vegetable gardens, one small established orchard of apple trees, and one new orchard of fruit trees. The FarmAbility Garden Programme Leader cultivates and maintains these productive spaces, primarily to provide healthy food for co-farmer lunches, but also to provide produce for small-scale income generating activities. Facilitating supported sessions for co-farmers, the Garden Programme Leader enables them to gain positive benefit through horticulture.
The post is based on FAI Farms, Wytham, approximately 5 miles from the centre of Oxford. Please note there is no public transport to the farm.
Applications should include CV and a cover letter outlining your motivation and suitability for the post. To receive the full job description, or for queries about the vacancy, please contact Diane Horsman on 01865 245604 or by email: email@example.com
Deadline for applications: noon on Friday 15 April 2016