Lizzie’s Nightwalk, in memory of Lizzie Dymock, takes place on Saturday 18th June. It raises funds for social horticultural therapy at Tuppenny Barn.
to Tuppenny Barn, a ‘Not for Profit’ social enterprise, where we grow organic fruit and vegetables which we sell to the local community either as part of our weekly veg bags or at our organic shop which is open every Thursday and Friday.
Tuppenny Barn exists to enthuse and inspire young people about healthy eating and sustainable living, so as well as selling organic produce we also feed and grow the hearts and minds of the adults of the future by providing learning experiences at our 2.4 acre organic smallholding.
We have regular school trips, after-school clubs and holiday activities and can deliver tailor-made workshops for students of all ages and abilities, led by our experienced education officer and closely linked to the national curriculum. Through hands on activities and experience we provide cross curricular learning and valuable learning outside the classroom.
We have a year-round programme of events, workshops and activities to suit all ages. Please explore our website to find out more about the educational and social pursuits at Tuppenny Barn – “A Place to Grow, Naturally”.