We think children should know where their food comes from, which is why we’re passionate about supporting local schools to provide them with this education.
We invite schools all over to bring their pupils to any of our Hall Hunter farms across Berkshire and Surrey, to explore everything that goes on. This allows children to learn about and appreciate the whole growing process, with the opportunity to see berries developing and ripening before them. Pupils can see and learn about picking, preparing, and packaging berries as well as the growing process.
Our farms also offer an ideal location for school children to observe and learn about British wildlife. Thanks to our environmental commitments, our farms have become a habitat for a variety of species.
Please get in touch if you would like to arrange a visit for your school to one of our farms.
“I am so proud and delighted that the Foundation has been able to support so many worthy causes.”Mary Hall, Hall Hunter founder.
The Hall Hunter Foundation
Founded in 2011, the trustees of the Hall Hunter Foundation are Mary, Mark, and Harry Hall. It was set up in an effort to raise funds for a variety of good causes, both at home and overseas.
To date we have raised an incredible £201,000, and we look forward to many more years of raising funds and awareness for all sorts of charities.