Stockbridge Technology Centre

Location: Stockbridge Technology Centre Ltd, Stockbridge House, Cawood, Sleby, North Yorkshire Postcode: YO8 3TZ

Stockbridge Technology Centre is a growing site based near Selby it offers young people and the public the opportunity to see how food crops are grown. The centre has 3 acres of glasshouses growing a wide range of crops mainly for research purposes as well as educational ones.

The centre offers hands on activities around growing, harvesting, conservation, habitats, soils, composting, salad crops and other seasonal vebetables. The centre is currently working with 'Yorkshire Food Discovery' Project looking at where our food comes from.

Contact: Julian Davies
T: (0)1757 268275
E:enquiries@stc-nyorks.co.uk
W: www.stc-nyorks.co.uk

Farm features

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

Facilities

 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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