It’s never been easier (or yummier!) to support local farmers.
Jubilee is based at Jubilee Farm, Larne, 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 all types of groups to reconnect with food, farming and nature.
Farming & conservation in partnership!
Come to our monthly community volunteer days on the last Saturday of each month (March to November) at 2pm – 4:30pm.
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!
Structured volunteering for small groups (3 – 4) of service users focused on improving wellbeing.
Feeding, watering, handling, moving, cleaning out animals; sowing, planting, watering, weeding, harvesting, preparing, and packing vegetables; cleaning and site maintenance.
Learn and be inspired by our range of curriculum-based learning sessions for pre-, primary, post-primary and special schools. It is the opportunity to enjoy a living classroom.
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.
We enjoy taking bookings for private group tours.
Bring along your group, community, students, church or friend group to learn about the variety of ways we look after nature.
Tours can last from 60-90 mins.
We recommend up to 16 people but we can accommodate larger groups be special arrangement.
Exact numbers can be discussed at time of booking.
Ring our Farm Manager Tim Davies on 07858098479 to book now!
Free covered picnic space available, light catering options pre-bookable in advance or local places to eat before or after can be recommended.
Farm photo courtesy of Lukas Langrock