The Future

Our vision for the future is to see Pennyhooks continue to develop into a compassionate, purposeful and productive farm community for people with autism. We would like to see:

  • A residential working farm community which is productive and self-sustaining and creates a sense of place for our young people
  • The provision of training courses in ‘The Interaction between the Rural Environment and Autism’ for both professionals and individuals
  • ‘Safe haven’ day facilities with appropriate facilities to support high dependency students
  • Pennyhooks’ commercial potential developed through partnerships and links
  • A visitor centre and farm shop, café, and museum displays of archaeological finds from Pennyhooks