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.
Lullingstone, Davidson House, Skeet Hill House …..
WHO ARE WE NOW?
Who is at Sadeh? We have an onsite community, a brewery and pickle kitchen, an immersive volunteering programme, a community cafe and much more!
Jessica Marie Knight
Head of Creative
Lone Goat Brewing co
Alfie, Biffo, Archie + Pesto
Julia Chain, Chair
Our latest posts
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 …
It was a Monday lunchtime, what feels like a long, long time ago. The sky was blue, the grass green and the hedges bursting with blackberries and damsons. Since that confusing day, approximately 5 mon…
find our more about The Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill, Five of the Jewish, scientific and moral reasons for supporting the bill and what you can do to make a difference. Jessica Robinson, …
Hi I’m Marina, an Aquarius who works in TV, and this year I am pledging to try my darned best to help save the Planet. For those who feel overwhelmed with the climate change crisis, and need some…