Bringing Jamie’s Farm to you

While the government restrictions are in place to help keep everyone safe during the Coronavirus pandemic, we have put together lots of updates and activities to help bring Jamie’s Farm to you! We are really sad that we have had to temporarily close our farms, but we can’t wait to re-open and welcome young people and teachers as soon as it is safe to do so.

Whether you have been to our farms before or have heard about it from your school, see below to hear our favourite riddles and jokes, updates from our farmers and animals, and cooking tutorials based on some of the tasty recipes from the Jamie’s Farm cookbook and much more…

Check-in with Jamie’s Farm

If you are finding this time difficult or missing friends and feeling isolated, it can help to find someone to talk to. The Jamie’s Farm team is still here for you to check-in with, to hear how you are, and to keep you up to date with the farms that you may have visited. If you would like to check-in with a member of staff you connected with on the farm, e-mail us on and let us know a couple of people from the farm that you would like to speak to again.

This is a very difficult time for a lot of people and we really hope that you’re coping with the situation. We have found using the Five C’s as a framework a helpful way to feel positive.

Constructing a healthy routine: Make a plan on how you would like your day to look, what will you do and when? Everyday on the farm we think about what needs doing, what comes first, do I have the tool to do the job, how long will it take, and when will I need a break?

Connecting with good people: Make contact with someone who matters to you and let them know how you are doing. Talking to friends and family will help keep you going and give you energy for the rest of your day. Watch the video to hear how you can contact and check-in with Jamie’s Farm.

Challenging yourself to do something different and something hard: Do something that you can feel pleased you achieve, perhaps something you might usually put off or avoid. It could be going for a walk, tidying your room or cooking a meal for your household.

Be Creative and try new things: Make something new like a writing a song or drawing a picture. Try changing things up, such as moving your bedroom around or walking a different route to the shops.

Celebrating the good you have achieved: On the farm we make time each day to recognise something we’ve achieved or a positive quality we have demonstrated. Stop and think what you have done today and feel proud – perhaps you were kind to your sibling or helped unpack the shopping.

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Lessons from the farm

In the summer of 2020 we partnered with the online classroom, Oak National Academy, to create Oak Activity Club – a range of fun and educational activities for you to take part in as a family or for children to enjoy on their own. Our sessions, all presented via short film clips, will bring the countryside to you and give you some top tips for staying positive during lockdown, based on our Five C’s.

Click here to view the videos available

Update from our Farms

See what our farmers and animals have been up to across our rural farms in Bath, Hereford, Monmouth and Lewes.

Updates from our Bath farm

Updates from our Hereford Farm

Updates from Monmouth Farm

Update from our Lewes Farm

Cooking tutorials

We love to cook tasty, healthy meals at Jamie’s Farm so we have put together some tutorials to help to try some of our favourite dishes from the Jamie’s Farm cookbook

Enter our Cooking Competition and be in for the chance to win a Jamie’s Farm apron – we have lots to give away!
It is super simple and for everyone, so don’t think you have to be a masterchef to enter. Tim, from Jamie’s Farm Lewes has all the details.
1. Cook a simple dish, sweet or savory, on your own or with a member of your household.
2. Check out the Jamie’s Farm Cookbook for ideas
3. Take a photo or video and share it with us
4. you could WIN a Jamie’s Farm apron!

How to cook Cinnamon Buns

Riddles & Jokes

We’re always sharing riddles and jokes around the dinner table. Here are a collection of our favourites for you to share with your household.

A joke from Toby, Jamie’s Farm Lewes

A second riddle from Dave, Jamie’s Farm Monmouth

A third riddle from Dave, did you get this one right?

Another joke from Toby, get ready to have a laugh!

A fourth riddle from Dave, this is a tricky one!

Story time

Sit, relax and listen to some of our favourite stories, read by a few familiar faces from our Farms. The first book is the ‘Sheep-Pig’, by Dick King-Smith, the story behind the film ‘Babe’.

Chapters 1 & 2 with Laura, Jamie’s Farm Hereford

Chapters 3 & 4 with Jake, Jamie’s Farm Bath

Chapters 5 & 6 with Beth, Jamie’s Farm Monmouth

Chapters 7 & 8 with Jo, Jamie’s Farm Monmouth

Chapters 9 & 10 with Chris, Jamie’s Farm Hereford

Chapters 11 & 12 with Rachel, Jamie’s Farm Bath

Keep Active

We go for a walk every day at Jamie’s Farm to help us keep active and to give us some time to reflect and be mindful. Here are a few videos to motivate you to make the most of your daily exercise outdoors or to try indoors at home.

Join Laura for her collection of 10 minute yoga sequence aimed at children from 4-8 years. Go on a yoga adventure to Jamie’s Farm, waking up the muscles in your body, giving them a good stretch out and having lots of fun along the way.

Join Sadie for a 30 minute yoga and mindfulness sequence to help you stretch and relax. No equipment needed, just a little space indoors or outside.

Quizzes and Games

We’ve put together some quizzes and games based around the animals at our farms. How many will you get right?

Farm themed quiz: Select the word document version or the video version
Farm themed quiz – the answers: Select the word document version or the video version

Monmouth Farm quiz: Select the word document version or the video version
Monmouth Farm quiz – the answers: Select the word document version or the video version

Check-in from the Jamie’s Farm Team

The teams from across our farms are here to tell you how they are managing during the lockdown and what they have been up to. If you have visited any of our farms before and would like to chat to a member of the team, please email us at

Hello from the Bath Farm team.

Hello from the Hereford Farm team.

Hello from the Monmouth Farm team.

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to see our latest new and updates. If you have cooked a dish, made something creative or just want to say hello, please share and tag us – we’d love to see what you have been up to!