BBC Countryfile visits Clinks Care Farm

Reporter Adam Henson and his film crew visited Clinks Care FarmCountryfile on Monday 29 February and Tuesday 01 March 2016. Distressing reports of refugees fleeing their countries because of the effects of war situations and appalling conditions moved us to invite refugees to the farm. Providing a break and respite on the farm away from stress, worries and uncertainties is crucial for managing good mental health, wellbeing and physical health. We continue to work and welcome refugees supported by the Suffolk Refugee Support Group in Ipswich and New Routes in Norwich.

Compassion, humanity and solidarity is needed in times of need!

Broadcast on BBC Countryfile on Sunday 20 March 2016




There was a Full house at the Ceilidh on 10 of June 2017 where 200 people came and enjoyed dancing with Ceilidh band “Skip Hire”, and £1560 was raised. The money will be used to help kit out the barn shop. This will allow us to offer a larger selection of produce. Farm helpers will have the opportunity to gain retail experience in the new barn shop.
Clinks Care Farm would like to thank everyone who came and made a great night of it.


Open Day – Sunday 10th of September 2017, 11am until 3pm