Our story

Who is at Sadeh? We have an onsite community, a brewery and pickle kitchen, an immersive volunteering programme, a community cafe and much more!

Sadeh is a place of rich history

The Jewish community have been visiting the farm since the 1940s, when the Jewish Youth Fund purchased the site for The Brady Boys’ Club as a place of respite from the difficulties and dangers of life in the war-torn East End of London. However the house was originally part of Lullingstone Castle which is just across the local golf course and dates back more than 400 years. 

TEAM

Bryan Cross

Facilities Manager

Talia Chain

CEO

Chantal Rutter

Office Manager

Alex Sylvester

Land Manager

Jessica Marie Knight

Head of Creative

Josh Charig

Lone Goat Brewing co

Alfie, Biffo, Archie + Pesto

Farm dogs

Our Trustees

Julia Chain, Chair

Phil Gershuny

Danielle Oxenham

Philippa Strauss

Jessica Robinson

Benny Chain

Our latest posts

Elementor #2041

SADEH IN THE NEWS Spreading the word takes many forms. The examples presented here tell people about Sadeh and its values. The upshot of all this is enriching the soils into which a deeper root system…

WEEKLY VOLUNTEERING

SADEH VOLUNTEERING DAY Come and join us in the field for our new weekly volunteering day! Help us tend to the vegetable garden and learn all about our wonderful community growing space. You will learn…

Lights in the dark

APPLY HERE 3rd-5th December at Sadeh Come and gather with us by candlelight under the new moon to celebrate the final days of Chanukah. We will light candles and fires and join together to be close to…

Lady Cynthia’s lover: Schmutz

SOLD OUT A queer, Jewish eco-art retreat for the rest of us.  DetailsNovember 19-21st at Sadeh Farm, Orpington, Kent.  With art, music and performance workshops responding to themes of Judaism, queern…

Seasonal reflections

Late winter is the perfect time for tree work, whilst they still stand dormant, their sap not yet rising nor the nesting season underway. We have been creating a barrier of living hazel trees behind …