We have four campsites available for workers who choose to live at the farm
If you decide to stay on one of the farm’s campsites you will live in a caravan which you will share with four to six people. If you wish to share a caravan with specific people, please advise us before your arrival so that we can plan the shared accommodation as far as is practical. Everyone is expected to prepare and cook their own meals including making sandwiches and drinks to be taken to work.
The Clock House Farm campsite has a large communal kitchen, shower/toilet facilities and a laundry room with washing machines and tumble dryers.
The Games Room has a large flat screen television, pool tables, table tennis and gym equipment. The main campsite has wi-fi connection available.
The local village has good shopping facilities and a regular bus service to the local supermarket.
Upon arrival at the farm you will be met by our Campsite Representative who will show you to your caravan and help you settle in. She will arrange for you to complete the worker registration process before you start work on the field. All electrical equipment provided by the farm is safety tested before your arrival. Please inform us if you have other electrical items so they can be given the correct safety test and please understand you should not use any other heaters than those issued by the farm.
The campsite does have a small car park but the farm does not encourage workers to bring cars to the farm. If you wish to bring a car, please contact us before arrival to ensure there is parking available for your vehicle.
During the week we are all very busy so recreational time is limited but each person will always have one day per week off in order to relax. Many people gather together over football and a barbeque at the weekend.
There are also several minibus trips arranged to visit local tourist attractions and a day at the beach seems to be a popular outing. We have parties over the summer, which normally include tug of war, games, football, barbeque and a disco.
“My name is Bogdan and I’ve come to CHF first time in 2012, just like a general worker. I’ve done all kind of jobs like planting, pruning, covering tunnels, all expected job from a farm. I still coming here, now I got my own team in the summer with 40 pickers, picking soft fruits. The farm provides accommodation for us. We live about 2-4 people’s in the caravans. We have areas where to cook, areas for showers, laundry room for washing and drying clothes. For entertainment we got a games room with pool, snooker, tv, gym with weights so we can train our body and play ping pong. We celebrate birthdays, we have party’s . People’s who we work with they are very good. We are here bulgarians, romanians, polish but this don’t make a difference between us because we work like a team” Bogdan, May 2018