Field of Joy is a social smallholding in Reepham, working with adults and children to improve wellbeing and reduce isolation.

Our work aims to free friendships and connections with each other and nature. Our nature-based activities aim to improve physical and mental wellbeing through a person-centred care farming approach.

A variety of sessions are offered throughout the year.

  • Adult wellbeing and meditation group – free weekly on Tuesday.
  • Farm Club and Forest School holiday clubs and after school clubs for local children and teens.
  • Care farm groups for adults with learning disabilities, autism and mental health needs – weekly on Friday.
  • Wellbeing sessions for vulnerable students from Reepham High School and City College.
  • Alternative Provision sessions for children and teens with support needs.
  • Home education farm sessions.
  • Bespoke bookings for individuals, groups and organisations.
  • Equischolars equine behaviour and management sessions and courses.

There are volunteer and student placement opportunities.

Find out more at www.fieldofjoy.org

Meetings

The Club meets on some Monday evenings at 6.45 pm for 7.00 dinner at St Michael’s Church Hall.
Rotary visitors are welcome please contact reservations@reephamrotary.org.uk.
Members should apologise and book visitors no later than 6pm on Friday only at reservations@reephamrotary.org.uk

Next meeting

At our next meeting 20 February we will be at Porsche to learn about developments in electric vehicles. 

Future events

The Sunshine Memory Cafe next meets on 22 February. 

Our Annual Quiz will be at Reepham College 23 February. See activities for details.

The Reepham Food Festival will be held on 26 May.