Located 2 miles from the village of
Plumbridge, in the townland of Glenga at the heart
of the Sperrins, Butterlope Farm is owned and managed by
Vincent and Annie Mullan. On the farm we offer the
This is the provision of social or day care service on
a family farm with farming and wildlife related
activities. This service is suitable for adults with
learning disabilities or people recovering from mental
health problems. Participants become an important team
member on the farm and help in a wide variety of day to day activities. Social Farm participants can also benefit from achieving accredited qualifications while on their farm placements.
Learning in the Outdoors
Schools and groups can visit to learn about farming, natural heritage, landscape studies and history of farming in the local area. Tailored programmes available on request.
Accredited courses available on Level 1 Award in Health and Safety and Level 2 Certificate in Land Based Activities. In partnership with RAPID NI.
Trainers are qualified LANTRA, Forest Schools and adult education tutors.
Slow adventure - inspiring connections with the outdoors. A chance to explore and engage with wild, open and natural places. On offer are foraging and farm experiences and partnered with specialised Slow Adventure providers we are delighted to offer packages that include mindfulness and foraged fine dining cookery demonstrations.