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Summer Special – Woolly Week Holidays at Denmark Farm

Little treasures

Want to get away for a few days and learn a new craft? We have a very special Eco Lodge deal for guests attending one or more of our Woolly Week Workshops. Stay in our new Self-Catering Eco Lodge for 7 nights, from Friday 28th June until Friday 5th July, at very special prices: 1 … Continue reading Summer Special – Woolly Week Holidays at Denmark Farm »

Eco Lodge Now Taking Holiday Bookings

If you are crying out for a long weekend away, a mid week break or a full week or two eco-holiday in secluded and unspoilt West Wales just check out our new Eco Lodge at Denmark Farm Conservation Centre. We offer 3 self-catering apartments, sleeping a total of 12-16 people (plus cots), in a beautifully … Continue reading Eco Lodge Now Taking Holiday Bookings »

Growing Success at Denmark Farm

Now that Spring has  finally arrived, we have an exciting season of plant themed workshops at Denmark Farm Conservation Centre. So if you are a budding plantaphile and want to get your hands dirty you still have time to join us. But do book soon as places are limited and filling up fast. Field Survey … Continue reading Growing Success at Denmark Farm »

Lunch with our patron – Jonathon Porritt

It was a glorious sunny day and, once furnished with a pair of Denmark Farm wellies, Jonathon Porritt joined several of our trustees on a walk around the site. He was particularly impressed with the roundhouse and other structures built by volunteers and course participants, and pleased to hear about all our links to communities … Continue reading Lunch with our patron – Jonathon Porritt »

Warm, Woolly and Green

The snow, wind and rain have caused a few delays to the building schedule for our eco holiday accommodation. However, we’re keeping busy in the office, stocking up on some lovely eco-friendly soft furnishings ready for our first guests. Alphabeds near Llandysul are hand-making making our beds in their water powered workshop, with sustainably sourced … Continue reading Warm, Woolly and Green »