We are looking for new members this year. If you think you may be interested in joining our community, please go here
Sean,'The Modern Salad Grower', featured in The Guardian
Permaculture Design Course, July 11-27th, 2014
Events in the Local Area
Millendreath Festival (with Fairport Convention), Millendreath, Looe, May 25, 2014
Looe Food Festival, Looe, June 28-29, 2014
Port Eliot Festival, St. Germans, July 24-27, 2014
Blues and Roots Festival, Windsworth, Looe, August 8-10, 2014
British Fireworks Championships, Plymouth, August 12-13, 2014
Flavour Fest, Plymouth, August 15-17, 2014
Cornwall Folk Festival, Wadebridge, August 22-25, 2014
Morval Vintage Rally, Looe, August 23-25, 2014
South East Cornwall Walking Festival September 13-20, 2014
Looe Music Festival, September 19-21, 2014
Keveral Farm is an organic farm community near Looe, Cornwall (in the south-west of England). The original community was established in 1973, and the farm is now owned and managed co-operatively by the members of the community. We are about 10 adults and 4 children and teens. We live in a farmhouse, static caravans, a wooden cabin and a barn conversion.
Our farm-based activities include horticulture and veg boxes, camping including yurts for hire, ecological consultancy, orchards, apple juice and cider, preserves, woodland and tree work, mushrooms.... Some of us also work off the farm.
We take working visitors (including WWOOFers) to help us with our work, in exchange for food and accommodation or camping. Visit Us
Camping and Yurt Hire at Keveral Farm
The Keveral Campsite is just 15 minutes walk through the woods from Seaton beach, and is open from April to October. The Orchard Camping is very sheltered. The Funky Field is also surrounded by trees, but is more open. You can hear the sea from The Ridge, which is very secluded. We have only 16 pitches between all three sites. More info
We have three yurts and a bell tent available for hire.
Keveral on Facebook
Keveral Farm Cornwall
Keveral Farm Camping
Where is Keveral?
Keveral is half a mile from the seaside village of Seaton, on the coast of south-east Cornwall, 5 miles east of Looe and 15 miles west of Plymouth. Seaton is a 15 minute walk along an ancient green lane through the woods.
Events in 2013
Seaton-Downderry Raft Race, Sunday August 25 2013
Cornish Cider Festival, Lostwithiel, October 19, 2013