Do you want to explore Ireland and develop new skills? Join us!

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The Exchange

We're looking for volunteers to: - Compost making using horse manure and seaweeds, collected from nearby Atlantic beaches; - Planting winter seedlings of red cabbage; - York cabbage, spinach, and onions; - Hand weeding out of seedlings; - Apple and elderberry harvest; - Planting roses. I can also help you improve your English knowledge (:


25 hours of help per week

Animal Care: Help look after and take care of animals.

Handyman: Help with a wide range of repairs or building.

Farming: Plant crops, sow seeds and help in outside tasks.

Gardening: Help grow plants and cultivate gardens

What you get

2 days off per week

Private Room: You will have a bed in a private room. In other words, a room just for you.

Pick Up: We will pick you up when you arrive, and take you to our property.

Language lessons: Take free language classes at our place.

Permaculture Course: Take part in our Permaculture course for free.

Use our equipped kitchen: Feel free to use our kitchen and make your own delicious food.


Beginner English or Beginner Spanish

Between 18 and 26 years old

Only hosts solo volunteers (doesn’t accept couples or pairs)

What's not included

Flights, Travel Insurance, Internal Transportation and Visa

Program Details

5 hours per day 5 days per week, then you can travel on free days, mid week ,when buses,are more frequent to tourist attractions. Volunteers must be able to cook and prepare own foods, once I teach you the machines. I eat my own food programme,with no wheat and small portions 5 times daily. This is a lifestyle and fitness choice.

Activities & Shift

The farm and garden activities require waterproof and thermal layers as the climate is damp in winter.You will need thick socks and boots. You can take your meals at the best time daily to suit you and your usual food plan.


Respect my home and animals.Respect my knowledge and wisdom from building/renovating my small farm. No smoking,or alcohol in house. Breakfast is at 8am,so the animals can be fed and cleaned afterwards.I generally finish at 4pm in winter with the last feeds. It is then too dark outside.I have security gates that stay locked, as sheep will constantly walk in, to eat my gardens, as a sheep dealer has new flocks, arriving all the time and they love to escape!🤩