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Hosts in Britain (1625) - Page 24 of 163


Town or City: Lochgilphead
All Year: Seasonal
Area (ha): 480
Persons: 2
Category: Non Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 91168
Country: Scotland

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We are a farming couple who are seeking assisstance during the busy lambing season.
Looking for lambing assistance during march, April and may. Ideally looking for someone to stay a few weeks. 500 ewes cross lambing, cross texel ewes, lambing inside.
Duties will include helping with lambing, inspecting the ewes, recognising when there lambing, how to handle them and assist with the birth. Feeeding the ewes and mucking out pens. There will also be pet lambs and calves to be fed.
In house accomdation, with meals included, with access to a kitchen, living room, tv and wifi. Car provided. We are situated on the west coast of Scotland, which is 90 miles north of Glasgow, in a fairly rural area but easy to access to local towns. Local shops and pubs nearby. Oban which is 24 miles away is widely known as the gateway to the isles of Scotland with ferries running constantly. Local bus passes the door throughout the day.

      



Town or City: Edinburgh
All Year: Yes
Area (ha):
Persons: 2
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 87154
Country: Scotland

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We are a group of friends living on a family run farm steading. I myself Megan live with two brothers Angus and Charlie, we are in our mid to late 20's. We spend a lot of our time restoring old farm steadings and now upgrading our own organic vegetable garden to a larger scale. In 2017 our company was established and we opened up a seasonal restaurant on the farm. The restaurant is open during the Spring, Summer and Winter months and there is a chance to work in the restaurant.
You will be needed for a large range of work on the farm, these will include.
Farm - wood cutting and splitting, general repairs around the farm, field maintenance, painting, road maintenance, operating lightweight machinery
Gardening - weeding, planting, sowing, picking produce, grass cutting, strimming, hedge cutting, digging
Building - assisting in new building projects throughout the year, using hand tools and power tools, cleaning out building sites.
Butchery - packaging of meat, sausage making, cle... more inside

        



Town or City: Sutherland
All Year: No
Area (ha):
Persons: 1
Category: Accommodation Business
Host ID: 86806
Country: Scotland

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We are a small, independent, family owned hotel in the north highlands of Scotland. My partner Angus and I run the place along with our 2 wee ginger kids and a friendly old retriever dog called Sonny. We are looking for someone to help us and our small team within the hotel. Tasks including housekeeping, laundry, helping in kitchen. We provide all meals and your own ensuite private room or in a small caravan. We have a great wee bar with regular music sessions and have bikes and kayaks here for you to use, and are more than happy to tell you of some great places to visit on your days off. Its also really important to us that you like kids as they are very much part of your experience here. We have welcomed volunteers from all over the world and have become really good friends with them. Living in such a quiet area of Scotland we want our kids to meet and get to know people from all different cultures and places...and become part of our family. So if you are friendly, happy, hard wor... more inside

    



Town or City: Oswestry
All Year: Apr-Oct (all year maybe)
Area (ha): 2
Persons: 1 or 2 together
Category: Accommodation Business
Host ID: 61499
Country: England

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Looking for one or two helpers for the 2019 season Apr/May to Sep/Oct. With possibility of winter work.

We are a busy glamping and wedding venue on the England/Wales border. Family owned and run we live onsite and enjoy looking after our guests. We own horses, pigs, dogs and cats and hope to add donkeys and pygmy goats.

If you're looking for a fun place to work with nice people, you've found it. We will make you welcome and feed you well. There's lots to do but we are fair and reasonable hosts.

Our site is 5 miles away from the busy market town of Oswestry, Shropshire. The village bus runs into town twice a week and so it would be essential for helpers to have their own transport.

We are very hands on and currently do all the practical work ourselves with help from our children and part-time staff (who would continue). Just as we do, we would expect helpers to join in with whatever is needed. Experience in some or all of the following useful:

Housekeeping
* Cleaning ... more inside

            



Town or City: Edinburgh
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 485
Persons: 1-2
Category: Non Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 88861
Country: Scotland

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We need help around the farm, with day to day chores. Gardening, logs, dogs, sheep, lambs. Anything you can do for us we will be grateful for. Help to make life easier, happy help bringing bright ideas and a thoughtful get on with it attitude.
Wee jobs done making a huge difference.
We are undergoing a big farm diversification project and the days and months ahead are exciting.
You could make a big difference and have fun, we look forward to hearing from you.

          



Town or City: Ross on Wye
All Year: No
Area (ha): 1
Persons: 1 (or a couple)
Category: Homestay
Host ID: 35667
Country: England

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We're looking for somebody who can tend the garden and help with the current projects which include turning our lower patio into a Japanese theme garden, developing our woodland with a few relaxation areas, including making a swing and a yoga/rest platform. Garden work includes planting out, weeding and general maintenance, and we use permaculture, organics and biodynamics which provide fantastic results. We're really experimental in what we grow and how we grow it so it would be a great experience for somebody into that sort of thing. And if you can help around the house that would be even better. I am happy to train you and it's good fun!

Andrew and Yolande live in Howle Hill, which is 3 miles south of Ross-on-Wye in Herefordshire. Our property is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is close to the Forest of Dean, Monmouthshire (Wales) and Gloucestershire.

Yolande and Andrew are well seasoned travellers who have helpxed around the world. We have a low-impact, sust... more inside

      



Town or City: Taunton
All Year: no
Area (ha): 8
Persons: 2
Category: Other
Host ID: 61324
Country: England

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We are a couple in our late fifties,living in our 15 acre wood in rural west Somerset on the edge of beautiful Exmoor. We keep pigs, bees and chickens. We produce charcoal and bio char and have started a tree nursery.Paul is a forester and timber frame builder and is often working on other peoples projects. Jane produces the charcaol and works in the tree nursery, while project managing the work in the wood.
We are happy to meet new and interesting people and welcome volunteers who are prepared to join in and enjoy a challenge.
Please let us know if you have a specific skill.
We are completely off grid, electricity is from solar panels. Accomodation is a warm and dry caravan.We willl provide shared meals some days, and provisions for you to cook your own meals other days.

          



Town or City: Brecon
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 10
Persons: 1-3
Category: Other
Host ID: 7428
Country: Wales

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We always appreciate a helping hand in our small family-run horse riding holiday business, which we run from a traditional Welsh farm nestled in a secret valley in the beautiful Brecon Beacons. We have approximately 60 Welsh cobs, most of which are bred here on the farm, and we host guests here in our B&B, so there's plenty to keep us busy. We are looking for people to help with mostly outdoor tasks as well as looking after the horses of course - gardening, digging out new paths, fencing, filling in pot holes, painting fences etc. Horse work includes mucking out, exercising horses, helping move them to winter homes. But we also expect you to lend a hand inside where needed, washing up after dinner for example, or maybe even taking a turn at cooking!

It's hard work but in return we offer your own small but cosy double room with free wifi, home-cooked meals each evening, a friendly and fun atmosphere, the chance to meet people from all over the world, and plenty of fantastic riding... more inside

            



Town or City: Cambridge
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 0.75
Persons: 2
Category: Homestay
Host ID: 25686
Country: England

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Accommodation and English language training if required in our lowly but characterful three hundred year old fen edge cottage. Its scruffy and often a bit dirtyent as I'm decluttering days. But summer is still here andent its beautiful if you like animals and countryside and medieval cities and scruffy old cottages.

Its exactly halfway along the road from Cambridge to Newmarket, the capital of horseracing. Its 7 miles from each centre. That takes about 15 mins in flowing traffic and considerably more in rush hour.
Urgently in need of helpers at the mom Please come

There is a bus into town(s) from the corner and there is also the park and ride service which is cheaper and quicker than the regular bus which is nearby so we can always run you to or from there in our car.

We are a couple in our mid sixties. I'm a semi-retired freelance English language teacher, teacher trainer and ex-author of resource books for teachers. I'm thinking of moving to Spain or France with the ... more inside

      



Town or City: Ross-shire
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 100
Persons: 1 to 3
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 43331
Country: Scotland

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This is a small farm on the sea loch of Loch Broom, next to the fishing village of Ullapool which is 6 miles further along the coast.

We have sheep and cattle (including highland cattle) plus there are areas of wildlife management. On the farm there are two rivers which flow into the broom estuary, which support salmon,sea trout, otters and sea birds.

The farmhouse is located at the head of Loch Broom. We are in the process of developing the farm towards organic certification and doing work to live up to Scottish Agricultural Department biodiversity requirements.

The farm is organised by Jane and worked by our one day a week farmer Brian, Johnny and helpers.

We garden vegetables in a large poly tunnel and aim to eat and provide organic and sustainable food from the farm and local area.

Typical work hours are about four or five hours a day.
Typical jobs are clearing brush and coppicing for land management, sheep husbandry and clipping, renovations of a cottage... more inside

            

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