Registered Charity No. 1138396
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Oak Tree Farm provides training and supported occupation for adults with learning disabilities, in a rural environment.

The Project provides opportunity, support and encouragement for people to learn new skills and to improve their existing ones, paving  the way into sheltered employment for those people for whom this is appropriate, whilst giving purposefull occupation to others.

Oak Tree Farm is situated on a 15 acre smallholding near the village of Hilderstone and is part of the Harrowby Estate of Sandon.


‘Oak Tree Farm provides a rural working environment where people with learning disabilities gain the skills, independence and confidence to take them towards an active role in society’.


Craft Group

Are you a “crafty” person? Would you like to learn, or improve your skills in knitting, crochet, sewing and other crafts? Come and join our new Craft Group.

We meet monthly at Oak Tree Farm, Hilderstone, on the first Tuesday of the month from 7.00pm - 9.30pm

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Mothers' Day Afternoon Tea - Saturday 25th March 2017

Treat your Mum to a Mothers' Day Tea in our Oak Leaf Tea Room. Booking is essential, please contact our tea room on 01889 589030 to reserve your table.

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Duncan Latham running half marathon in aid of Oak Tree Farm

Duncan Latham ran the Cordoba Half Marathon on 27th November in memory of his brother Mark Latham who was a much loved team member at Oak Tree Farm for many years.  If you wish to sponsor Duncan or find out more about the challenge please visit his Virgin Money Giving page through this link

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Macmillan 'World's Biggest Coffee Morning'

Thank you to those of you who came and supported this event.  We raised £215.77 for Macmillan Cancer Support.

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The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service Presentation

The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service Presentation

The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service was presented to Oak Tree Farm Rural Project by Her Majesty's Lord-Lieutenant of Staffordshire, Ian Dudson, at a prestigious ceremony at Sandon Hall.  Longstanding volunteer, Margaret Shuker, assisted by more recent volunteer, Joel Paxton, accepted the crystal on behalf of the charity.  The certificate, signed by Her Majesty the Queen, was presented to Tony Browne.  Tony is the charity's longest serving trustee.

Pictures of the presentation can be seen in the gallery.

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Gift Aid your donation to Oak Tree Farm

If you are kind enough to make a donation to the Oak Tree Farm Rural Project, we can reclaim tax on your donation.

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