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Animal Assisted Activities

Our clients participate in a variety of jobs on the farm. The natural and social environment of the farm aims to have a positive effect on both mental and physical health.

Activities may include:

  • Animal care

  • Feeding, grooming, cleaning sleeping areas, health care, enrichment, training & general husbandry

  • Caring for our ponies

  • Gardening / horticulture

  • Vegetable growing, growing flowers, hanging baskets, etc.

  • Woodwork / construction

  • Shelter building, fencing, animal enclosures, bird boxes

  • Conservation

  • Researching animal care

  • Providing wildlife habitats, caring for the natural environment, bird/ nature watching

  • Paddock maintenance

  • Grass cutting, fence repair, litter picking and weeding

  • Walking with our friendly wolfdogs or rescue dogs


Each individual will be assessed enabling us to provide a programme to meet their needs and promote positive change. There may be times where if it is safe to do so service users will have the opportunity to carry out tasks in small groups or with minimal supervision. We actively encourage independence.


‘There's no such thing as bad weather, only unsuitable clothing.’ ~Alfred Wainwright


Please check the weather before you come and ensure you have appropriate clothing and footwear for the expected conditions. We are outside in all weathers. Please bring any drinks & snacks that you may require during your session.


This is a farm environment with associated risks. It is essential that our service users listen carefully to instructions & are able to make safe choices whilst participating in activities.


Farm Therapy is suitable for people

  • Between 5 and 25

  • With mild to moderate 

  • Who are willing to work on their well-being

  • Who do not have significant social care needs


If you have any questions, please contact Camilla on (07403) 015891 or by email:

We look forward to welcoming you to Wild Mind Well-Being

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