VAP’s work in the UK > Current projects > The Quadrangle Trust

The Quadrangle Trust, housed in a farm built in 1870, is a non-profit enterprise that runs art, well-being, ecology and sustainability education programmes and workshops. 

VAP workcamps at Quadrangle are focused on garden and woodland work as well as sustainability.

The Quadrangle Trust, housed in a farm built in 1870, is a non-profit enterprise that runs art, well-being, ecology and sustainability education programmes and workshops.

It is used by many different organisations and charities and has a particular focus on working with young people, refugees and asylum seekers who have limited access to the countryside.

It is situated in the beautiful Kent countryside only 27 miles (43 kms) Southeast from central London.

VAP workcamps at Quadrangle are focused on garden and woodland work as well as sustainability.

member of:
Volunteer Action for Peace, member of the Co-ordinating Committee for International Voluntary Service Volunteer Action for Peace, member of the Volunteer International Network Exchange UK
with the support of:
Volunteer Action for Peace, member of the European «Youth in Action» Programme

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« I can say that the best things about the workcamp and this whole experience were the chance of making a real difference to the lives of very needy children. This is an extremely valuable project where volunteers can have a massive impact. Also the possibility of learning a huge amount about a country so different from our own. I learnt ten times as much by carrying out a workcamp than I would ever do backpacking. »

Dominic K. from Slimbridge

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