Keveral Farm is an organic farm community near Looe, Cornwall (in the south-west of England). The original community was established in 1973, and the farm is now owned and managed co-operatively by the members of the community. We are 12 adults. We live in a farmhouse, static caravans, a wooden cabin and a barn conversion.
Our activities include building maintenance, horticulture and veg boxes, campsite, woodland management and firewood, woodcraft, scything ....
Keveral Organic Veg Boxes
Please see keveral.co.uk
Our Vision for Keveral
A Keveral visioning process in early 2019 concluded with this vision statement:
Keveral enables a thriving, intentional community now and for future generations.
We provide co-operatively managed housing.
We provide access to land that is managed organically and regeneratively.
We value ecological living and personal growth.
We provide opportunities for personal enterprises.
Our aim is to be a living inspiration through education and outreach.
Keveral on Facebook
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Keveral Farm Contact Info
Living at Keveral
If you think you may be interested in joining our community, please go here
Camping at Keveral Farm
More info here
Keveral Farm Camping - Group
Keveral Farm Camping - Page
Volunteer at Keveral
We sometimes take working visitors (including WWOOFers) to help us with our work, in exchange for food and accommodation or camping. Volunteer
Keveral Open Days
There is no Open Day planned for 2023.
Courses at Keveral Farm
There are currently no courses planned.
Where is Keveral?
Keveral is half a mile from the seaside village of Seaton, on the coast of south-east Cornwall, 5 miles east of Looe and 15 miles west of Plymouth. Seaton is a 15 minute walk along an ancient green lane through the woods.