We welcome everyone to the Farm.  For some people, Amelia Trust Farm is a special place for reflection and a haven of peace.

We have a Prayer Labyrinth at the Farm where groups or individuals can walk and pray and a Celtic Cross which was dedicated as a symbol of God's presence on the Farm and opened by HRH Prince of Wales in 1997.

Amelia Trust Farm was set up with the support of the Methodist Church in Wales and it is a prime example of service to the community and caring for vulnerable and disadvantaged people.  The Farm’s Chaplain is a Methodist Minister whose role it is to support the staff, volunteers and service users of the Farm, and to reflect the rich Christian heritage of The Methodist Church at the Farm through prayer, quiet days and various services throughout the year for example at Christmas and Harvest-time. Members of the Methodist Church are also active as trustees and volunteers at the Farm.