Many of our volunteers come to us through the Wwoof organisation World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms. You don’t have to be a member of Wwoof to visit Old Hall as a volunteer but priority is given to those who are.
If you are travelling the world then here is another volunteer organisation worth signing up with. Help Exchange.
Diggers and Dreamers is the classic database for The Guide to Communal Living. If you don’t know this web site then get to know it. Here you will find many opportunities for volunteering and even opportunities to join other people on projects both here and abroad through the various noticeboards on this site.
Join Jo Betts from the village on one of her regular weekly yoga sessions. Contact her through her website here
David at Old Hall occasionally makes a yurt. A selection can be seen here. If you are interested in owning a yurt then please contact him via Old Hall.
Richard King at Old Hall is a Thatcher, a Pole Lathe Turner, a Hedge layer and Willow Fence Maker. For details of Richard’s Green Woodworking and Coracle Making courses at Flatford Mill please see his website. The Magic Garden Shed
Dan Wheals at Old Hall is a member of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists (MNIMH) and sees people for Health consultations and Massage. See his website for more details regarding his workshops, talks and the growing of the herbs at Old Hall. Dano provides health consultations in Norwich and Ipswich
Clive who used to live at Old Hall is now providing a woodland management planning and woodfuel advice service to clients throughout East Anglia. If you would like to avail of his services please contact him. Woodland Management