The INTERNSHIP programme 2016 was the first we ran. It was brilliant! The interns brought so much to the place, with all their enthusiasm and research and imagination. They improved our practices in every area, taught the volunteers and – I hope – all learned a lot too in their subjects and had the chance to work with each other.
We ran internships in; Countryside management, Cheesemaking and Dairy, Wine making and Fermentation, Beekeeping, Natural Building, Web Design, Experimental Archaeology and Tanning.
We will be running a new programme from March 2018 – posts will be advertised. The first internships we will be filling are;
CARPENTRY Training will be given by a professional timber framed builder in the restoration and erection of a 17th century barn. It’s a crucial building for our Stone Age Project – a base to work from and visitors centre.
SHEEP HANDLING and COUNTRYSIDE MANAGEMENT
Internships application form