The Blaen Wern Farm Trust was formed in the now proven belief that sick and disabled children benefit physically, mentally and emotionally from a natural environment, and from an interaction with animals.

Born from the dreams and determination of Terry Lamport and with the help, support and love of his Wife, Irene and their family, the centre was built in 1988 to give children with health problems together with their families and carers, full board accommodation, therapy and recreation tailored to meet their needs.

Although both Irene and Terry have now passed away, their family are determined to continue their work and endeavour to welcome as many people as possible into the Blaen Wern Family.

Extracts from our Visitors book

“what words can possibly convey our sincere gratitude to you for providing such a wonderful stay, thank you seems so inadequate. It all merges into a wonderful, wonderful memory”

School for disabled children

Extracts from our Visitors book

“I hope all your hard work is always appreciated as much as we have appreciated it”

Group of Blind People

Our Aim

Our aim is simple; to provide as many sick, disabled and underprivileged children a holiday that would have a beneficial effect on their mental and physical wellbeing.

We welcome sick children and their families or carers who have been nominated as likely to benefit from the natural therapy that the countryside provides.


All profits received from our guests are reinvested and used to maintain the centre and to provide free holidays to severely underprivileged children. As a registered Charity and non-profit organisation we are constantly striving for additional funds to enable us to help others less fortunate. We’ve seen how Blaen Wern has enriched the lives of countless sick children through the years, yet there are thousands more out there within the UK that we can’t help. We have the capacity but we don’t have the finance.

The Blaen Wern Farm Trust has never been subsidised by any government body, and is totally dependent for it’s continuing work for sick children on its own funding endeavours and on the support of people who care.

“Having the privilege of seeing the establishment at close quarters and the admirable, patient and loving way in which the family looks after its guests, I cannot imagine a more deserving cause”

Emeritus Professor of Medicine, London.

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