About Futures Farm

Futures Farm is set in the beautiful coastal village of Woolacombe which lies along the North Devon Coasts Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and we are lucky enough to have stunning views of the beach and sea from all angles of the farm.

We have seen first hand, the positive effect outdoor learning can have on the individual and we want to share this by working in partnership with you to meet the needs of the young people and adults in your care.

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Our livestock

We have a variety of animals at Futures Farm all of whom provide opportunity for those who visit to get hands on experience of animal care.

The animal numbers ebb and flow throughout the year and we like to encourage those working with us to be part of the buying, breeding and caring process allowing an insight into farm animal life from start to finish.

Our allotment

We are lucky enough to have a large organic allotment at Futures Farm and we have been experimenting with growing various fruits and vegetables over the years. We find this area an ever evolving project which has taken on various forms and is yet to fully reach its potential in our setting but we thoroughly enjoy experimenting with all it has to offer. We encourage and support all who attend Futures Farm to get stuck in, create their own spaces, bring ideas on what to grow and how to cultivate it and we're starting 2023 with a blank canvas, packets of vegetable and flower seeds and enthusiasm for this years new designs ideas.

Our history

Nature is in our blood and we come from a long line of Devon Farmers living in and around Woolacombe for generations. Corrina’s family have worked the land here since the 1930s incorporating both arable and livestock farming, producing tomatoes, potatoes, hay, straw (to name a few) and having a dairy farm which included delivering milk to the whole village before John (Corrina’s dad) settled on sheep farming. Futures Farm is the next step in this progressive environment and as educators and members of our community we are passionate about giving back, supporting and educating those around us in the ways of farming which have been handed down through the family.

Meet the team

Craig Corry

"Being physically active and outdoors has always been my passion and working with animals and the land has enhanced my love of the natural environment and inspired me to launch Futures Farm – people don’t realise what a powerful tool we have around us and it is my aim to ensure that everyone can have the opportunity to harness this through the hands on, practical, fun experiences Futures Farm can provide."

Corrina Corry

"Being around nature has been a part of my life since I was born – seeing my children grow and learn in this amazing environment has encouraged me to enable others to benefit from this experience. I previously specialised in motivating and engaging vulnerable students through my teaching and support work in schools across Devon. The Great Outdoors is a fantastic alternative programme, which has inspired and motivated many of the young people I have been lucky enough to work with. I’m excited about the potential opportunities awaiting our visitors, both young and old, on our family farm."


"Being outside and close to nature has always been important to me. I’ve always had a passion for working with animals and have done this at various animal charities as we as growing up looking after and riding horses."

"I enjoy sharing my love for nature with all the visitors we have at the farm and hope that they will get as much pleasure from their experiences on the farm and around the animals as I do."


"My background in teaching Art and being a Silversmith helps me to plan a range of art projects, covering everything from painting to sculpture. I like to incorporate the farm and the natural environment into these tasks."

"This variety supports the differing needs of the individuals who attend the farm and I enjoy being able to help them grow in confidence. Enabling them to become more independent with their jobs and having a go at new challenges, be that during an art session or with the farm at large."

"The variety of pupils we have, combined with the farming calendar means that every day brings something new, and I enjoy working in this every changing environment."


"I am an integral part of the Futures Farm team. I have grown up here at the farm and split my time between being a working sheep dog and a support dog for the young people and adults who attend the farm. In my spare time I love to chase balls and keep a very close eye on the chickens a ducks, herding them back into position if I need to."

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