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Our latest film tells you everything you need to know about The Country Trust, the children we support and the people who help us deliver our work.
On the week of Apple Day, St Oswald’s create their own apple juice at Haye Farm.
Thanks to funding from the Sir John Cass’s Foundation, The Country Trust has been able to gain more understanding of the impact of our farm visits. These videos follow the journeys of pupils and class teachers from three inner-city schools.
Supporter James Tanner gives a regular monthly donation to The Country Trust. Recently he was invited on a Farm Discovery visit with us to Tiptree Farm in Essex to see first-hand how his donation is used and the difference his money is making. If you think you could be like James and support our work, please donate here
Thanks to a partnership with Fiona Sadler, Pastorial Worker and Parent Support Advisor at Catton Grove Primary School, Norwich, we have been able to help and support a number of vulnerable parents at the school. Watch our film about the Life Skills programme and hear the uplifting experiences of parents whose confidence has grown as a result of learning through our Food Discovery project.
This brief film explains how and why The Country Trust supports disadvantaged urban children.
Teacher, Ellie Beck, tells us about the benefits of a Country Trust Food Discovery project.
Find out about our brilliant residential trips by watching this brief video.
We rely on the generous support of individuals like you to fund our work. Every pound donated will make a real difference to children's lives, like these Special Needs children at Parkside School, Norwich.
It's hot, hot, hot! A fun film about The Country Trust's Food Discovery programme.
Year 3 children from Lidget Green Primary School, Bradford celebrated Apple day during their visit to White Quarry Farm, Yorkshire.