Farms for City Children - Lower Treginnis

Farms for City Children - Lower Treginnis

Children’s author Michael Morpugo and his wife Clare founded Farms for City Children in 1976. The charity now owns three farms in the west country of which Wick Court is one. We welcome around 3,200 children and 400 teachers a year.

We offer urban children from all over the country a unique opportunity to live and work together for a week at a time on a real farm in the heart of the countryside.

This is a farmstead dating back to 1284, on a headland near St David’s, Lower Treginnis is the most westerly farm in Wales.

At Lower Treginnis, Farms for City Children works in partnership with organic farmer Rob Davies, who keeps 850 sheep and a small herd of Hereford X calves on the surrounding land. In addition the children help look after poultry, horses, donkeys, milking goats and a breeding herd of pigs.

The award-winning buildings were converted and re-structured by Farms for City Children to provide for up to 40 children and their teachers.

 

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Lower Tregennis
St David's
Haverfordwest
Pembrokeshire
SA62 6RS
United Kingdom
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01437 720840

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