Established by Social Services in 1982, Kehelland Trust became an Independent Service Provider in April 2011
The provision of a rural, horticultural setting for the support of adults with learning and/or physical disabilities. Developing personal and social skills, individual opportunities and active participation in the local community.
Our work is with each other, the land and the plants. This involves everything from sowing seeds to harvesting and preparing our edible crops for our kitchen.