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Working with us

Every year we employ two experienced growers to work with us for the season (March to November).
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Invites conscientious, motivated individuals…


Two paid positions are available for the 2018 season, commencing in March.

For the past 21 years we have run our 16-acre certified biodynamic farm, situated at the foothills of the Black Mountains on the Welsh/Herefordshire borders, where we grow a wide range of seasonal vegetables, fruit and flowers. This year will be our fourth season working closely with chef Skye Gyngell, growing specifically for her London restaurant Spring.

We offer the opportunity for two conscientious, motivated individuals to work alongside us, to develop the skills needed to produce food on a commercial scale and to gain a good knowledge of what is involved in the running of a small, diverse biodynamic farm. The work will mainly involve the production of fruit, vegetables and flowers for sale; this will include the sowing of seeds, planting, weeding and cultivation right through to harvesting. There will be some involvement with our animals – generally, feeding them and attending to their welfare.

Applicants must have a serious approach to the growing of food and be willing to work hard to achieve the high standards that are expected by our customers. We require our workers to be sincerely interested in being part of a small business that is driven to produce the highest-quality food in terms of its taste, nutrition and integrity.

We are looking for people who are enthusiastic and take pride in their work, have good physical fitness and an interest in food and cooking. Some professional growing experience or formal garden training is essential, as are some years of paid employment history.

All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.

If you are interested in applying for the position, please send a CV and letter of introduction to Jane Scotter and Harry Astley by email.

Volunteers

We also offer voluntary placements for a minimum six-week period throughout the season. Applicants must be over 18 years of age.

Anyone who is interested in these placements should contact us by email.

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Invites conscientious, motivated individuals…


Two paid positions are available for the 2018 season, commencing in March.

For the past 21 years we have run our 16-acre certified biodynamic farm, situated at the foothills of the Black Mountains on the Welsh/Herefordshire borders, where we grow a wide range of seasonal vegetables, fruit and flowers. This year will be our fourth season working closely with chef Skye Gyngell, growing specifically for her London restaurant Spring.

We offer the opportunity for two conscientious, motivated individuals to work alongside us, to develop the skills needed to produce food on a commercial scale and to gain a good knowledge of what is involved in the running of a small, diverse biodynamic farm. The work will mainly involve the production of fruit, vegetables and flowers for sale; this will include the sowing of seeds, planting, weeding and cultivation right through to harvesting. There will be some involvement with our animals – generally, feeding them and attending to their welfare.

Applicants must have a serious approach to the growing of food and be willing to work hard to achieve the high standards that are expected by our customers. We require our workers to be sincerely interested in being part of a small business that is driven to produce the highest-quality food in terms of its taste, nutrition and integrity.

We are looking for people who are enthusiastic and take pride in their work, have good physical fitness and an interest in food and cooking. Some professional growing experience or formal garden training is essential, as are some years of paid employment history.

All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.

If you are interested in applying for the position, please send a CV and letter of introduction to Jane Scotter and Harry Astley by email.

Volunteers

We also offer voluntary placements for a minimum six-week period throughout the season. Applicants must be over 18 years of age.

Anyone who is interested in these placements should contact us by email.

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Working with us

Every year we employ two experienced growers to work with us for the season (March to November).
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Invites conscientious, motivated individuals…


Two paid positions are available for the 2018 season, commencing in March.

For the past 21 years we have run our 16-acre certified biodynamic farm, situated at the foothills of the Black Mountains on the Welsh/Herefordshire borders, where we grow a wide range of seasonal vegetables, fruit and flowers. This year will be our fourth season working closely with chef Skye Gyngell, growing specifically for her London restaurant Spring.

We offer the opportunity for two conscientious, motivated individuals to work alongside us, to develop the skills needed to produce food on a commercial scale and to gain a good knowledge of what is involved in the running of a small, diverse biodynamic farm. The work will mainly involve the production of fruit, vegetables and flowers for sale; this will include the sowing of seeds, planting, weeding and cultivation right through to harvesting. There will be some involvement with our animals – generally, feeding them and attending to their welfare.

Applicants must have a serious approach to the growing of food and be willing to work hard to achieve the high standards that are expected by our customers. We require our workers to be sincerely interested in being part of a small business that is driven to produce the highest-quality food in terms of its taste, nutrition and integrity.

We are looking for people who are enthusiastic and take pride in their work, have good physical fitness and an interest in food and cooking. Some professional growing experience or formal garden training is essential, as are some years of paid employment history.

All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.

If you are interested in applying for the position, please send a CV and letter of introduction to Jane Scotter and Harry Astley by email.

Volunteers

We also offer voluntary placements for a minimum six-week period throughout the season. Applicants must be over 18 years of age.

Anyone who is interested in these placements should contact us by email.

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