BOOTS TO ROOTS – ‘Have a go’ at Jubilee Farm thanks to Brighter Futures (Larne Football Club).

‘Boots to Roots’ will run every Tuesday for 6 weeks to invite you to have a go at Jubilee Farm. 

We are particularly interested in people from the Larne postcodes to take part, who have not previously taken part in activities at Jubilee Farm before.

It will provide green, outdoor space activity to help you benefit from good physical & mental wellbeing.

You will benefit from interacting with different cultures, an intergenerational group of people as well as building skills. 

You will be encouraged to ‘have a go’ and take part in veg market garden growing, animal husbandry with hens, goats and pigs as well as other daily community farm activities.

 You will be able to take part & understand more about conservation commitments at Jubilee Farm, which operates farming & conservation in partnership.


‘From football boots to wellie boots, Jubilee Farm is running this program for 6 weeks initially to have a go’, funded and supported by @Brighter Futures Community Needs Fund by Larne Football Club.

It is suitable for age 16+.

It is suitable for anyone who has or does not have football boots or wellie boots! We have Wellie Boots to borrow.  No farm or conservation experience is needed.

Each Tuesday will include a lunch.

Introduction Dates: Tuesday 25th July, 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th August. Then the ‘Boots to Roots’ welcome will continue every Tuesday.

Timings: 10:30am to 3:30pm (this is flexible to you, you don’t have to come at the exact time or stay the full duration).

Address: 50 Glenburn Road, Larne, BT40 3JY

Once the allocated spaces for the program are taken the booking form will close & you can be placed on a reserve list. 


Jubilee Farm is Northern Ireland’s first community owned farm.

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