Donington-on-Bain Community Farm is looking for a part-time person, who must have experience in vegetable production, to fulfil the role as facilitator.

Helping volunteers to organise all aspects of food production, distribution and volunteer management.

The role will involve working with volunteers of all ages.

Working 3½ days a week to include weekend work.

Good rate of pay.

About us

We work a six-acre field by Donington-on-Bain, six miles west of Louth, in partnership with the owners, Stenigot Estates. 

A 10-metre wide strip is hand worked by volunteers raising a variety  of produce; and the remaining area is managed by David producing larger quantities of field crops.

We also raise tomatoes, cucumbers,  courgettes, etc. in a nearby polytunnel. We have a few hens nearby. 

In 2022, we are still finding our feet in what we grow, how we grow it, and how best to make it available to local people.

We are also  proud of our community objectives including “banishing isolation and loneliness” through whatever we do.  

Saturday mornings

We generally meet at The Field on Saturday mornings when our roadside stall is filled with fresh produce – operating on a donation basis.

You are very welcome to join us or just pop by to see what we are up to. There is also a satellite stall in  Louth (opposite Louth hospital).  

Holistic goals 

1) To banish loneliness and isolation -> To build a warm and welcoming community

2) To grow and prepare nutritious, organic food 

3) To share information, knowledge, skills and experience 

4) To become a long-term, local food project that could be replicated elsewhere

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