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’.

Musicals under ther Stars 2016

Musicals under ther Stars 2016

 'Musicals under the Stars' is back, Beyond the Barricade will return by popular demand on Friday 9th September at Sandon Hall for an open air concert. They are planning to surpass their 2015 concert with an even more impactful event, more music, more lights and more songs from a brilliant show stage!

The concert will support the 30 Years and Growing theme which will enable Oak Tree Farm to extend and improve its work with learning difficulties.

Tickets are available now for £25, under 16's are half price and under 5's are free.

If you buy tickets before June 30th there is an Early Bird discount - £22 and under 16's £11.    

Click here to buy your tickets for 'Beyond the Barricade'

Click here to view the 'Beyond the Barricade' Facebook page

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Upcoming Closures

Oak Tree Farm Rural Project including our tea room, pottery shop and plant sales will be closed on the Bank Holiday - Monday 30th May 2016

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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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Holiday Closures for 2016

Please click below for a full list of our holiday closing for 2016 

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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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