Amelia Trust Farm

A farm working with disadvantaged and vulnerable young people who struggle in mainstream education to develop behavioural, emotional and social skilss to empower them to regain control over their lives. Through a positive, expressive and nurturing environment, the programme aims to increase their motivation and self-worth. The farm uses a range of activities and therapies such as animal assisted therapies, learning skills in nature and improving health and fitness, to support the young people emotionally as well as equip them with practical skills to help them transition into further education, training or employment afterwards.

What we love about it:

Food and farming is only just the tip of the iceberg. The benefits of coming together and learning new skills is the foundation to feeling empowered and have a sense of purpose.

More information: www.ameliatrust.org.uk

6 days ago
Christmas at the Farm! πŸŽ„πŸŽ…πŸΌπŸŽ„

Wrap up warm and join us for festive fun for all. Find out more and buy tickets here:
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6 days ago
Are you part of a #charity in South Wales? Please help us out by filling in our short survey. Whether you've been to the Farm or not, we'd love to hear from you!
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6 days ago
Just a few photos of Silver having a snooze - because we all need something to make us smile on a #MondayMorning! 🐱πŸ₯° https://t.co/ciLmA1dUcR
1 week ago
Happy Birthday National Lottery! πŸ₯³

We are very grateful to have received funding from @TNLComFundWales earlier this year to help support our charity.

Without National Lottery players this wouldn't have been possible so thank #NationalLottery players.

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1 week ago
#WelshCharitiesWeek is a celebration of the contribution Welsh charities make to our society. We’re incredibly lucky to have so many fantastic supporters, volunteers, and donors at the Farm & we’d like to take this opportunity to say a huge THANK YOU to you all! @WCVACymru

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