LandWorks is a work-based training scheme providing a supported route back into the community for current and ex-prisoners. The project website can now be found at

The team have some new contact details too – you can get in touch via 01803 864891 or email

About LandWorks

Based on the vibrant Dartington estate, work-based training goes hand-in-hand with developing life and social skills. Through being involved in a positive and non-judgemental workplace, trainees develop responsibility, self-belief and confidence.

When it was established in 2013, LandWorks operated as a self-contained project within The Dartington Hall Trust. Since then, it has flourished and evolved.

In December 2014, a Big Lottery Fund award helped secure the project’s future for the next three years, and in March 2016, it became a registered charity, marking an exciting new chapter in its development.

Read more about LandWorks transition to charity status

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LandWorks project manager Chris Parsons speaks at a supporters' event

LandWorks awarded independent Registered Charity status

Life-changing prisoner resettlement scheme is awarded independent Registered Charity status, with successful application opening new doors to fundraising opportunities. Read More >>

Another chance

LandWorks provides vital tools give their trainees the ability to choose a life away from offending, to find a job and to play a positive role in their communities.

They work with men on day-release from local prison HMP Channings Wood, and other men and women serving sentences in the community.

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