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Gratton Wood Care Farm

Gratton Wood Care Farm is a registered day care service in the Liskeard area.

It combines a small sheep farm with day activities for vulnerable adults, who would like to experience and learn about animal husbandry, countryside crafts and the nature studies. Our livestock contains sheep, pigs and chickens and the donkeys and pony love a groom and pamper.

We offer small numbers of adults day activities on a mixed farm of sheep chickens,donkeys pony and pigs,who would like to learn and explore animal care, conservation and nature study skills. In the winter months or in bad weather we offer rural crafts such as willow and pottery. amd wood work with hand tools. We are very client centered who are known as co farmers/workers, who will lead the learning and we facilitate this each week.

We are a qualified and professional wife and husband team with 10 years experience in the care and farming industry. We work closely with very small groups of vulnerable adults bringing a positive change in their lives through a process known as social therapeutic activities.

In a relaxed and calm environment with space to learn and explore, we discreetly supervise and monitor at all times, giving a sense of freedom.


Who to contact

Contact name
Rachael Lyes
Contact position
07816 424336

Where to go

Gratton Wood Farm
St Pinnock
St Pinnock
PL14 4QS


Time / date details

When is it on?
Open Mon and Wed 9.30am -3.30pm
Time of day

Other details


Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
£40.00 Per Day
£25.00 Per Half Day
£200 per 6 adults on an one day ad hoc basis, Per Day
open Mon and Wed 9.30am -3.30pm, includes all craft materials and crafters visits, and day out travel. Admission to events not included
Do you offer a free or reduced rate to carers?
Please enter details including what proof is required for the free or reduced rate
consent from Service User and or commissioners


Age ranges
From 18 years to 110 years
Referral required
Referral details

Please call or email for a referral form

Last updated: 23/06/2017

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