Your money could buy:

  • £20 A pair of children’s overalls
  • £50 Seeds for a year’s worth of growing in the garden
  • £60 A visit from the farrier to keep the horses’ hooves healthy
  • £80 A film for one group to keep the memories alive
  • £200 Art materials and equipment for a year
  • £1000 Wood, nails and other equipment for a year of carpentry sessions
  • £1500 A flock of fifteen pregnant Suffolk ewes to start a flock at a new Jamie's Farm

Here are just some of the fun and easy ways you can support us


  • Set up a standing order;
  • Give a one off donation here or by sending a cheque to the address at the bottom of this page;
  • Get your company to choose us as their charity of the year or share their expertise through pro-bono support;
  • Leave a legacy in your will;
  • As we expand we may need donations of goods in kind, such as furniture, clothing etc. We are currently looking for a good quality piano and plants for Lower Wernndu.


‘Choosing Jamie's Farm as a community partner was an easy decision. We can get involved at a practical level while engaging our employees and supporting an inspiring organisation’

Rick Warley, Head of Corporate Offices, Rabobank.



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  • Take part in one of our fun and challenging events such as the Bath Half Marathon or Farm to Farm Bike Ride;
  • Attend our annual three day Cock and Bull Music festival and raise money for Jamie’s Farm while having a whole lotta fun;
  • Organise an event, such as a quiz night or farm ball. We can give you loads of helpful tips on how to make it a success;
  • Get sponsored for any challenge you’re taking part in – running, cycling, swimming, trekking. The harder the challenge, the more people will sponsor you!

Download our sponsorship form here.



  • Book our beautiful 14th Century farm house, with capacity to sleep 15, for your next social event;
  • Use our facilities for a unique team training experience.

Contact if interested.