Jubilee is based at Jubilee farm in the 2 acre walled garden of Drumalis retreat and conference centre
A former stately home in the County Antrim port town of Larne, Drumalis has been a residence of the Sisters of the Cross and Passion Order since 1930. Despite being in a semi-urban area the site includes acres of woodland, wildflower-rich meadows and our magnificent Victorian walled garden, which has been unused for vegetable production for more than three decades due to the presence of a garden centre in it.
Come see us at Jubilee farm
We’re working within the existing footprint of the walled garden to return it to full agricultural production, while also maximising space for nature and people too. We’re gradually developing our range of activities on-site, and hope to be open to the public on Fridays and Saturday from summer 2018, but have plenty of things going on from January 2018.
MONTHLY COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER DAY
Come to our monthly community volunteer day on the 4th Saturday of each month, 2 – 4 pm (and pop-up cafe 1 to 5 pm from January 2018)
Book a tour for your group (min. 5 people) and learn about the history and natural history of one of Northern Ireland’s best kept secrets
CARE FARMING SERVICES
Wellbeing workshops for large and small groups (min. 3 people)
CONSERVATION EDUCATION AND ENGAGEMENT SERVICES
Learn and be inspired by our range of formal, informal and just plain fun activities for individuals, schools, churches and groups (from Spring 2018)
SEASONAL SPECIAL EVENTS
Spring, summer, autumn, winter: we’ve got a special event for all seasons (from summer 2018)
FAIRTRADE AND FARM SHOP
Fairtrade drinks and snacks, and surplus produce from the farm (from summer 2018)
Host your event in a magnificent setting, with catering available (from summer 2018)
If you would like to talk to us about Jubilee, or visit Jubilee Farm, you can get in touch below.