DEAF AWARENESS TRAINING

Deaf Awareness Training aims to bring an understanding of the everyday
barriers experienced between D/deaf people and the hearing world.

VISIT OUR CAFE & FARM SHOP

It is always worth popping into Fairfield Farm Café for a whole host of tasty treats and home-made lunches. So come in rain or shine and enjoy some quality food at our Café.

PANATHLON CHAMPIONS FINAL

Fairfield Farm College saw 14 students represent Wiltshire at the South England Panathlon Champions Final which was held in Stoke Mandeville Stadium.

HOLIDAY ACTIVITIES

Find out more about our fantastic Holiday Activities on offer!

WELCOME

Welcome to Fairfield Farm College’s website. We are a Specialist College for students with learning disabilities; we are a registered Charity, with flexible residential, day and weekend courses on offer. Whether you are a prospective student or just interested in the goings on at the college, you will find all the information you will need on our website.

Quick Info

Term Dates

You can find the latest and most up to date term dates for the college HERE

Open Days

2018/2019

  • July 10th
  • September 11th
  • October 16th
  • November 13th
  • December 11th – Sorry we are fully booked
  • January 15th – Sorry we are fully booked
  • February 12th
  • March 12th
  • April 23rd
  • May 14th
  • June 11th
  • July 2nd

To make an appointment email opendays@ffc.ac.uk or phone 01373 823028

Directions

Address – Fairfield Farm College, 43 High Street, Dilton Marsh, Wiltshire, BA13 4DL.

Car – We are easily accessible by car and have ample car parking on-site.

Train – We are a few minutes walk from Dilton Marsh train station, so if you don’t drive this would be a great option.

Bus – A variety of buses service Dilton Marsh, for all the latest timetables visit First Bus, click HERE. We have a bus stop less than 500 meters from the college, so this is another suitable travel option.

View more information HERE

Farm Shop, Cafe & Post Office

Don’t forget to stop by our fantastic Cafe and Farm Shop, open daily apart from Sundays.

Opening Times 

Monday – Friday 09.00 – 16.00

Saturday 09.30 – 16.00

(Please note the Post Office closes from 13.00 – 13.30 for lunch)

Holiday Activities

Find out more information about our fantastic holiday activities HERE.

LETS GET SOCIAL

Students shine at NATSPEC ‘Have A Go’ Games

Students at Fairfield Farm College made a very special trip to Paignton in Devon for the NATSPEC ‘Have A Go’ Games. Students got the opportunity to take park in a wide variety of different activities which included; tennis activities, football skills, taiko drumming...

Students attend ‘Spring in the park’ fete

On the 5th May, students from Fairfield Farm College attended the ‘Spring in the park’ fete in Warminster. As the Mayor’s chosen charity of the year, we were invited to take part and held a fun stall that students ran. There was a great turn out, and the weather,...

New kids on the block…

This week, our new goat kids have moved from their off-show accommodation out on to the Animal Walk. We spent some time with them to make sure they settled in with the others, which gave us a chance to give them a check-over (and a cuddle!) We currently have three...

Swimming success for student Harry Humpries

Harry was first spotted in April 2017 at a gala in Southampton specifically for people with Downs Syndrome.  Harry had only been swimming for a short time and this was his second gala but he performed well. At that time, he was only swimming once a week with Bristol...

Wyle Valley Arts Week

Fairfield Farm College will be taking part in Wyle Valley Arts Week from 18th to 27th May 2019.  Visit the college farm cafe and shop throughout the week and see the students artwork displayed.  Plus see this years Yarn Bomb display by the Woolley Wednesday group who...

Deaf Awareness Training

Deaf Awareness Training aims to bring an understanding of the everyday barriers experienced between D/deaf people and the hearing world. It is suitable for those who: Wish to acquire a basic understanding and awareness of deafness and deaf people; Need to acquire the...

Mitchel Brown – Fundraising Achievement

Fairfield Farm College student, Mitchel Brown, has taken part in an Ultra Challenge by walking 25K on Easter Sunday, joined by his mum and sister.  Mitch is raising funds for the College.  Mitch has said ‘he really wanted to raise funds for his own charity and help...

Group Mural

Group mural, coming along nicely. The idea from one of our students .

Fresh Egg from the Farm

Our chickens, ducks and turkeys are laying well. We collect the eggs daily to sell in the Farm Shop here at Fairfield. We just love the variety of colours our chickens give us, and now we are getting a steady supply of duck and turkey eggs too! Never tried a turkey...

New Highland Cattle on the Animal Walk

We are absolutely loving working with our new Highland cows, Nessie (white/ blonde) , Neeps (dun/ brown with horns) and Morag (red). They can be seen from the Animal Walk too, so come along and meet them. Morag, is very nosy and will probably come to see you!

USEFUL INFORMATION

Location

 

FAIRFIELD FARM COLLEGE

43 HIGH STREET

DILTON MARSH

WILTSHIRE 

BA13 4DL

 

CAFE & FARM SHOP OPENING HOURS

MIDWEEK: 

09.00 – 16.00

SATURDAY:

09.30 – 16.00

Phone & Email

01373 823028

admissions@ffc.ac.uk

A DAY IN THE LIFE

Check out our video showing a day in the life of a Fairfield Farm College student!

FARM SHOP, CAFE & POST OFFICE

Why not pop by and explore our Farm Shop, Post Office and enjoy a spot of breakfast or lunch in our Cafe, we’re open for all to enjoy!

IMPORTANT LINKS

 

OUR COLLEGE

Fairfield Farm College is a Specialist College for students with learning disabilities; it is a registered Charity, with residential, day and weekend courses. We are situated in the village of Dilton Marsh in Wiltshire. Our 26-acre farm site includes well-resourced teaching and vocational learning areas, a student common room, conference room, café and a farm shop.

 

LETS GET SOCIAL

Location

 

FAIRFIELD FARM COLLEGE

43 HIGH STREET

DILTON MARSH

WILTSHIRE 

BA13 4DL

 

Phone & Email

01373 823028

admissions@ffc.ac.uk

Students shine at NATSPEC ‘Have A Go’ Games

Students at Fairfield Farm College made a very special trip to Paignton in Devon for the NATSPEC ‘Have A Go’ Games. Students got the opportunity to take park in a wide variety of different...

Students attend ‘Spring in the park’ fete

On the 5th May, students from Fairfield Farm College attended the ‘Spring in the park’ fete in Warminster. As the Mayor’s chosen charity of the year, we were invited to take part and held a fun...

New kids on the block…

This week, our new goat kids have moved from their off-show accommodation out on to the Animal Walk. We spent some time with them to make sure they settled in with the others, which gave us a chance...

Swimming success for student Harry Humpries

Harry was first spotted in April 2017 at a gala in Southampton specifically for people with Downs Syndrome.  Harry had only been swimming for a short time and this was his second gala but he...

Wyle Valley Arts Week

Fairfield Farm College will be taking part in Wyle Valley Arts Week from 18th to 27th May 2019.  Visit the college farm cafe and shop throughout the week and see the students artwork displayed. ...

Deaf Awareness Training

Deaf Awareness Training aims to bring an understanding of the everyday barriers experienced between D/deaf people and the hearing world. It is suitable for those who: Wish to acquire a basic...

Mitchel Brown – Fundraising Achievement

Fairfield Farm College student, Mitchel Brown, has taken part in an Ultra Challenge by walking 25K on Easter Sunday, joined by his mum and sister.  Mitch is raising funds for the College.  Mitch has...

Group Mural

Group mural, coming along nicely. The idea from one of our students .

Fresh Egg from the Farm

Our chickens, ducks and turkeys are laying well. We collect the eggs daily to sell in the Farm Shop here at Fairfield. We just love the variety of colours our chickens give us, and now we are...

New Highland Cattle on the Animal Walk

We are absolutely loving working with our new Highland cows, Nessie (white/ blonde) , Neeps (dun/ brown with horns) and Morag (red). They can be seen from the Animal Walk too, so come along and meet...