Jun 072018

We have some new signs for our Nature trail Walks.
Please see this page for important information. Thank you!



May 242018

At Open Farm Sunday on the 10th June here at the Ecocentre Newark Cycles will be holding an Ebike demo day, for visitors to sample the benefits and advantages of the latest Ebike ranges.

They will be demonstrating how they work and passing on their Knowledge and experience. There will be cycles to cover all areas from full suspension mountain bikes to low step urban, supplied by Raleigh and Diamondback.

Adults (over 14 years) will be able to test ride some of the demonstration bikes around an off road trail.



May 182018

Sponsored by Car Colston Cricket Club
Communities Working Together

At this year’s open farm Sunday on the 10th June Farmeco community care is holding a competition for schools, clubs and for individual families.
The winning school or club will be given a free visit to the farm. The winning family prize is a trip to the farm and will be lucky enough to drive the farm buggy around the nature trail!

The competition
Completed models will be displayed and judged at the Ecocentre on 10th June for all to see.
Please deliver the completed models to The Ecocentre, Home Farm, Screveton by Saturday 9th so that we can display them for the competition. Please let us know if you have a problem with delivery as we don’t want to see anyone miss out and will do our best to help.
Individuals can enter on behalf of a class or it can be a class project. More than one class can enter per school.
The prize will be for one school class but further classes can be accommodated at £3.50 per child.
There are two prizes – different ages one for Key Stage 1 and one for Key Stage 2.

For more information please email
The Ecocentre, Home Farm, Screveton, Nottinghamshire NG13 8JL

Telephone: 07855252151

Please use the form included in this PDF

Scare Crow Competition


Apr 252018

On the 10th June join us at the Ecocentre and be part of The Great British Farm Day.

We will open our gates, along with hundreds of farms all over the country for the LEAF Open Farm Sunday 2018.

As the farming industry’s annual open day, it offers a fantastic chance for people to discover real farming at first hand and see for themselves how their food (and much more besides) is produced.

It is also a great way for farmers to shine a light on what they deliver and why supporting British farming matters.

Farm walks along our nature trail.

Trailer rides.

Kubota buggy adventure .

Farmer for a day .

Visit our animal and plant magic areas. Meet the animals. Feed the lambs. Walk the goats.

Visit our brand new cafe, lots of local food and drink.

Cycle trails, try a new bike with Newark Cycles .

Craft and local food for sale.

Hip Hop Farm Fest Music concert (in the afternoon) .

Rebecca Rose Afternoon Tea

See our famous green giant sculptures as seen on the BBC. Mette’s Magical Stories.

Sheep shearing, why not have a go with Farmer Ross.

Dog walking competition.

Visit our new edible woodland, buy a share in our community owned farming enterprise.

Talk to the woodland trust.

Adopt a Tree.

Farm Machinery display, (wow how much! )

Young farmers.

African adventure with the Mojatu Foundation.

Forest schools area.

Men in sheds area. Historic and modern farming sections .

Yoga activities.

And much more

Apr 232018

It’s still possible, in this frenetic, hi-tech world, to really engage with nature and learn how to enjoy its resources in a sustainable way!

Engaged in lots of forward-thinking and innovative educational and environmentally sustainable activities, Farmeco Community Care has been formed by a team of like-minded people to help raise funds for vital projects and make community engagement the core focus of Home Farm.

Find out more about this exciting enterprise. (opens new tab) We are sure you’ll find plenty to encourage you.

Apr 232018

Plant Magic is a self-contained allotment-style area of Home Farm, devoted to discovering and promoting the physical and mental benefits of gardening. Suitable for all ages and abilities, Plant Magic provides a safe haven to have a go at growing fruit, vegetables and flowers. It also provides schools and colleges with opportunities to understand the origins of the food we eat.

Plant Magic can provide tailor-made therapeutic or educational sessions for adults and children alike, to learn about the joys of the great British countryside.

More about Plant Magic