Low Luckens Organic Resource Centre

Location: Low Luckens Organic Resource Centre, Low Luckens, Roweltown, Carlisle Postcode: CA6 6LJ

The Organic Resource Centre is housed in a traditional farm building at Low Luckens farm. The Centre aims to provide the link between people and the food they eat as well as promoting conservation, sustainability, nature and wildlife. We offer a wide range of experiences including opportunities to find out about where food comes from, to value and enjoy the natural environment, to discover local heritage and traditions and to work together.

The Centre is equipped with information, displays and residential accommodation facilities. Day or residential visitors can use the Centre as a base to both enjoy and learn from the farm's 220 acres of organically managed farmland, ancient woodland and river habitats. The farm produces organic beef.

Contact: Sue Brown
Tel: 016977-48186
Email: lowluckenseducation@hotmail.co.uk
Web: www.lowluckensfarm.co.uk

We can provide a range of programmes linked to the (EYFS) & The National Curriculum.

We aim to make our day visits cross-curricular using a range of different activities. Your visit can be tailor-made to suit your curriculum theme. See below to give you an idea of some of the activity days/themes we offer. Please note this list is not exhaustive and activities can be created to suit your curriculum needs.

Foundation Stage, KS1 & KS2
- Habitat Days - ponds, river, woodlands, badger plantation, farm animals & meadows
- Healthy Living Days
- Exploring Life Cycles & Food Chains
- Sustainability
- Rivers & Streams
- Den/Shelter Building
- Caring for the environment
- World War Two Evacuation
-Food & Farming
- Conservation work on the farm
- Cooking activities

We also work with secondary schools, further & higher education establishments.

The site has excellent residential facilities.


Farm features

 Vegetables ✓  Livestock ✓  Hedgerows ✓
 Orchard / fruit  Dairy  Pond ✓
 Arable  Wildflower Meadow ✓  River ✓


 Toilets ✓  Coach parking ✓  Indoor space ✓
 Hand-washing facilities ✓  Disabled toilet ✓  Wheelchair access ✓
 Car parking ✓    

Farm charges

 Standard group charge   Charge per pupil   Minimum charge ✓
 No charge    

Suitability of visit

 Pre-school ✓  Secondary ✓  Individual ✓
 Primary ✓  Special ✓  Care farm 

Further information

 Risk assessment ✓  CEVAS trained farmer ✓  Teachers' information pack ✓
 Farm facts leaflet ✓  LOTC Quality Badge   Public Liability Insurance ✓

The Food for Life Partnership is a network of schools and communities across England committed to transforming food culture. Together we are revolutionising school meals, reconnecting children and young people with where their food comes from, and inspiring families to grow and cook food.

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