Growing food. Growing community. Growing creation.
Jubilee is based at Jubilee Farm, the first community-owned farm in Northern Ireland! As well as producing wonderful food, our 13.5 acres of fields, woodland and river frontage are the perfect setting for families, churches, schools and other groups to reconnect with food, farming and nature.
Come see us at Jubilee Farm
Farm fresh food
Fresh vegbox examples:
- June 25: Head lettuce, swiss chard or kale, garlic scapes, potatoes, radishes, broad beans
- August 27: Head lettuce, cherry tomatoes, carrots, cucumbers, onions
- October 22: Salad mix, butternut squash, potatoes, beets, carrots, parsley, kale
It’s never been easier (or yummier!) to support local farmers.
Community volunteer days
Come to our monthly community volunteer days on the 4th Saturday of each month (except July, August and December), 2 – 4 pm.
However, please note that due to COVID-19 non-essential visits to Jubilee Farm are suspended until further notice.
A mix of livestock, horticultural and nature conservation activities for groups of up to 15 people. Perfect for team building and getting out of the office!
Care farming sessions
Structured volunteering for small groups (3 – 4) of service users. focused on improving wellbeing.
Learn and grow
Learn and be inspired by our range of curriculum-based learning sessions for pre-, primary, post-primary and special school. Delivered by our experienced educator in our very own living classroom.
Bespoke talks, seminars & courses
Can’t make it to Jubilee Farm? Let us come to you and deliver inspiring talks, informative seminars and transformative courses on a wide range of environmental, agricultural and theological topics.
Tour de Jubilee Farm et picnic
Book an interactive guided tour for your church, community or corporate group and learn about the history and natural history of our wonderful farm. Free covered picnic space available.
Jubilee Farm welcomes you. Become part of jubilee.
Farm photo courtesy of Lukas Langrock