A West Oxfordshire heritage farm is looking to grow its team of green-fingered volunteers before spring is sprung.
Witney-based Cogges Manor Farm is a historical farmstead in the heart of the Cotswolds with a team of 190 volunteers working across all areas of the charity.
But the heritage site is in need of volunteers to join its community to help prepare for the new season, which starts on March 17.
A spokesperson for Cogges said: “We’re hoping to get as many new volunteers together as possible to help us get the site ready for spring and for a very busy new year to come.
“The walled kitchen garden alone takes a lot of care and attention, preparing and planting, and to do this we need volunteers.
“This is a special call out for anyone with green fingers, or indeed anyone who wishes to learn more about what it takes to look after one of the most beautiful gardens in the country.”
In 2016, Cogges was awarded a prize for the best volunteer team in Oxfordshire by OCVA, Oxfordshire Community & Voluntary Action.
Visit cogges.org.uk or call Laura Dean on 01993 772602 to find out more.