Covid-19: An update from Jamie’s Farm
Having explored all options and sought guidance from Public Health England, we have made the difficult decision to close our rural farms from Monday 30th March until it is safe to reopen.
Our dedicated farmers will continue to run our farms and care for our animals, and we are looking at ways to bring the Jamie’s Farm spirit to young people whilst our farms are closed.
We remain wholeheartedly committed to doing all we can for vulnerable young people, but recognise that we need to close to ensure their safety, that of education professionals, the rural communities surrounding our farms, and our own staff and volunteers.
We are determined to do all we can to ensure Jamie’s Farm emerges from this crisis in a strong position so that we can continue to support the thousands of vulnerable young people around England and Wales who need us more than ever.
We are working hard to ensure that we are ready to open again as soon as we can. If you would like to help us weather the storm and always be there for young people long into the future, click here to support us.
If you are one of our incredible supporters or partner schools and haven’t heard from us yet, we endeavour to get in touch with you as soon as possible. We extend a huge thank you to all our dedicated supporters and staff for doing what they can to help Jamie’s Farm continue to change the lives of young people for years to come. We will keep you updated on our progress.
With Best Wishes,
The Jamie’s Farm Team