Win a Family Break at an Accessible Farm in Wales

Papworth Trust’s Kerry Farm is a unique and accessible activity holiday centre that provides support and respite for people affected by disability. It is located in the beautiful Welsh countryside, with over 10 acres of woodlands, lakes and gardens to explore.

logo_1When someone has a disability, illness or injury, or is living with mental ill heath, finding the perfect holiday can be tricky. Kerry Farm was created as a place tailored to the guests’ needs, where they can choose to try new challenges or enjoy a rare chance to relax and take a break.

The support of the farm’s experienced family coaches is included for free to help guests spend quality time together or to give them time apart. And if needed, they can provide families with the tools and techniques to resolve conflicts, reach compromises and help transform everyday living situations.

To make sure holidays are as stress free as possible, the coaches contact guests before they arrive to find out what level of support they’d like and to make sure that all their needs are catered for.

The cottages all have an open plan kitchen, dining room and living areas and can sleep up to 10 people. Holiday makers are also welcome to use the farmhouse, which offers a large dining room, comfy lounge, games room and a sensory room with coloured lighting and sensory objects.

A working farm

As it’s a working farm so guests can choose to help feed the sheep and pigs, collect eggs from the chickens or walk the goats. Transport
to the surrounding attractions such as the Aberystwyth beach or the Elan Valley is also included in the stay.

Kara stayed at the farm last year with her two sons and said: “I don’t think we will ever experience anything like our holiday at Kerry Farm again.

It was the best thing we have ever done as a family because we could be ourselves. The staff were fantastic and very understanding.”

Underlining the individual nature of vacations spent at Kerry Farm, Natalie Webster, Farm Manager said: “Tell us what you want to do during the week and we’ll try to make it happen. At the farm you can choose what you want to do, where you want to go and most importantly, what level of support you might like.”

Prices start from £180 per person for a week for a large group booking.

For more information and a short film about Kerry Farm, visit:

Terms and conditions apply: The prize does not include travel, food or any additional expenses, and is subject to availability.