Amelia Trust Farm - Barry

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Looking for: Animals & Farms, Outdoor Play Areas
Address: Amelia Trust Farm
Whitton Rosser
Five Mile Lane Walterston
Barry
South Wales
Postcode: CF62 3AS
Age Group: All Ages
Kids Activity: Outdoors
Telephone: 01446 781427
Website: Click Here

The Amelia Trust is a working farm is set in 160 acres of countryside in the beautiful Vale of Glamorgan. It offers a calming and therapeutic environment. The Trusts core objective is to support and educate vulnerable and disadvantaged young people. Through fun and work based activities the young people are empowered to participate, learn new skills and develop potential. The many people that make up the daily community on the farm include skilled staff and volunteers, young people who are discovering life, adults with learning difficulties in work placements and members of the public enjoying the countryside; it is a fantastic recipe that makes the Amelia Trust an amazing place to be.
Harvest Festival

14th and 15th September 2013

This is our biggest fund raiser of the year and it promises to be jam packed with food stalls, colourful crafts, live music, dance performances, tractor rides, competitions and demonstration events. Plans are in place to make this event our most spectacular to date.

Stallholders are encouraged to book their space quickly to avoid any disappointment.

    New for this year - School Wheelbarrow Competition – please watch your school post for further information
    Back by popular demand - Dog Show 1.30pm Sunday
    Culminating in our Harvest Festival Service, 3pm Sunday afternoon

Amelia Trust Farm Opening Hours

The Amelia Trust Farm is open daily
Summer Hours     10.00 – 18.00
Winter Hours     10.00 – 16.30

Visits can be arranged outside of these times with prior notice
Visitor Centre
Monday to Friday     10.00 – 15.30
Saturday     10.30 – 16.00
Sunday     14.00 – 16.00

Cost of Admission & Parking
As a small charity wishing to encourage people to access the countryside we do not charge individual members of the public visiting or parking at the farm; however we do not receive any core funding so we encourage all visitors to put a donation in the boxes on site to help us manage and maintain the facilities.

A small charge is made for groups of more than 12 people. Groups are required to book in advance.