Working Visitors and WWOOFers
We take volunteers to help us with our work, in exchange for food and stay.
To wwoof with us, you must be enthusiastic, fit and willing to work hard.
Because our house is quite busy, you will be based in our Visitors Barn. You will sometimes eat with your host, and sometimes you will prepare your own meals in the barn. You may share the barn with one other wwoofer, or with campers, or you may be there by yourself.
So you will not experience community life fully, and you must be happy to spend time by yourself. But we do our best to look after you, and wwoofers usually have a good experience here.
We each have our own individual projects, which include vegetable growing (outdoor and in polytunnels), soft fruits, orchard, apple juice and cider, campsite, woodland, and general land management. We do not have any animals, apart from a few hens.
Wwoofers will usually work with different community members, either on personal projects or for the community.
You may also work some days with Oli at Mora Farm 12 miles away. Oli used to live at Keveral, but now has his own land where he grows fruit and vegetables commercially. You would travel there with Sally, who lives at Keveral but works for Oli. This gives you some variety in your work, and allows you to experience larger-scale organic production.
Accommodation is a small caravan, the Visitors Barn, or camping.
It's best if you arrive on a Saturday or Sunday, so that the working week is Monday to Friday.
The working day is usually 9-5, so after breaks that is about 6.5 hours of work per day. (When working with Oli, you will start earlier, sometimes 7.00).
You will have days off and free time for exploring and relaxing - usually two days off for each five days worked.
We are 15 minutes walk through the woods to the beach at Seaton, with great walks along the beach and coast path.
Wifi is available in the house.
If you wish to volunteer, please email .
Please tell us about yourself, why you would like to come to Keveral, and what experience you have of wwoofing or other voluntary work and countryside work.
We try to reply to everyone, but we cannot take everyone.
The WWOOF website (World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms)
Things To Do
Beaches and Coast Walks
Camping and Yurts
Getting to Keveral