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Avenbury Care Farm is lucky to have a fully fitted kitchen with fantastic facilities. Located in the centre of our Barn, our kitchen is always full of joy and laughter and heaps of imagination. We have perfectly heighted tables to help all disabilities and a broad range of kitchen-aided equipment to help make normal everyday kitchen tasks easier. Our visitors regularly participate in group baking / cooking, and during these sessions all visitors are encouraged to get involved with mixing, weighing/ measuring, cutting, peeling and many other cooking tasks. Doing this has helped some of our visitors gain the skills they need to cook for themselves independently within their supported living settings.

We encourage a lot of ‘Field to Fork’ related recipes and weekly healthy eating activities. Our gardens allow our visitors to grow and harvest their own produce which they can then decide on a recipe for them to be used in. Group soup making sessions is a weekly activity during the colder months, this is a great way for our visitors to connect with each other by making and serving something they have grown from start to finish. Baking cakes for birthdays or even tasty treats for our animals are some of many cooking activities our visitors take part in and thoroughly enjoy. Baking is such a hearty part of what we do at Avenbury Care Farm and everything we do helps our visitors get that sense of achievement and most of all helps their wellbeing with connecting, giving and learning.