Farm project works with Refugee Council

Magdalen Farm at Winsham worked with the Refugee Council to let a dozen trafficked teenage girls from London see life in the country.

Many girls have children of their own, so Winsham Pre-School also took part in the project.

Nicky Wills of Winsham Pre-school acted as a volunteer to look after toddlers for a few hours each day, so the mothers could enjoy the same opportunities as their peers.

The Magdalen Environmental Trust hosts schools, charities and special interest groups, using its 132-acre organic farm to help visitors learn about environmental issues, new skills or help them feel better about themselves.

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