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Welcome to the farm

If you’re looking for a rewarding job in the UK, then look no further than Clock House Farm. 

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Why work with us?

We have five accommodation sites all offering a comfortable living space with facilities on-site

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A safe & friendly place to work

Our Farm is a great place to work.  When you join the Clock House team you will become part of a family of like minded, hard working people whose aim is to look out and encourage each other and be totally inclusive.

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Competitive rates of pay

We offer good rates of pay for hard workers and the opportunity to earn more money as time goes on

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Good accommodation

We have 5 accommodation sites all offering a comfortable living space with facilities on-site

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Let us show you around

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Values we live by

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Passionate and caring

We love what we do, and we expect the same passion from everyone who works with us. We’re a community of hard-working individuals with integrity; we strive to attain the highest moral standards in relation to our interaction with both people and the planet

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Knowledgeable, efficient & business savvy

Efficient growing is at the heart of how we operate as a business. Alongside this competence, we research consumer behaviour and needs, providing customers/buyers with industry insights and category trends

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Reliable & ambitious

If we’re not moving forward, we’re going backwards. As industry and cultural attitudes change, we remain ahead of the curve, delivering more quality fruit, produced to the highest standards, every day

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What’s it like living here?

Take a look around the living quarters to see if it’s right for you.

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Dedication to develop talent

What do our dedicated employees say?

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Nick Deppe ​

Production Director

Nick has been with Clock House Farm for twenty five years.  Having studied agriculture at college he worked his way up through the ranks to Director level.  He has undertaken every job on the farm.  Starting in irrigation he went on to crop protection.  He then progressed to manage tunnel and husbandry teams.  As the business has grown so has Nick’s role within Clock House Farm.  He is currently responsible for all plant production planning and oversees all the technical aspects of growing the fruit, ensuring the perfect berry, apple or plum.  Nick is passionate about farming.  With years of experience behind him and a real knowledge of the upcoming technology in a fast paced  industry, he will be instrumental in driving our business forward and ensuring the future growth of Clock House Farm.

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Vali Neagu

Head of Harvest and innovation

Vali started working at Clock House Farm in August 2004.  He started as a picker on soft fruit and then went on to top fruit.  In the winter he worked on the husbandry team and went on to drive tractors for a year.  Eventually, he progressed to running the husbandry team responsible for covering tunnels.  In 2006 Vali took a gap year and returned to Romania.  In 2007 he was back at Clock House Farm as a workshop fitter.  He then had a spell in irrigation and was involved in installing the first Priva pump.  He has driven lorries and buses and has been responsible for the maintenance of these vehicles.  In 2010 he became Operations Manager, progressing to Harvest Operations Manager by 2019, and now is Head of Harvest and Innovation. He met his wife at university in Romania and they have a little boy.  They have permanent residence in the UK.

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Marta Ciausu

Farm Administration Assistant

Marta has been with CHF for 14 years since 2007.  She came to pick soft fruit and did this for three years.  From 2010 to 2014 she worked in the packhouse and since 2014, with a couple of maternity breaks, she has worked as Farm Admin Assistant.  She met her husband at Clock House Farm and they have two children.  They have made their home in the UK.

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Need more answers?

Check out our frequently asked questions to find the information you are looking for.

You will be greeted and taken to your allocated accommodation

You will be working on Clock House Farm or one of our other sites in the Kent countryside

You will be given training by your supervisor and their assistants to allow you to pick carefully, accurately and quickly. Your speeds should improve day on day with practice

We grow and harvest soft and top fruit.  Seasonal workers will undertake a variety of tasks including harvesting and horticultural work

The farm usually works a six day week, crop and weather permitting

Join us

If you’re looking for a rewarding job in the UK, then look no further than Clock House Farm. 

Join us

Our Farm is a great place to work.  When you join the Clock House team you will become part of a family of like minded, hard working people whose aim is to look out and encourage each other and be totally inclusive.

Find out more about seasonal work

Speak to our recruitment team today to find out more.

Jane Peckham,
Recruitment Manager
e: recruitment@clockhousefarm.co.uk
Direct: 01622 743955

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Find out more about seasonal work

Speak to our recruitment team today to find out more.

Jane Peckham, Recruitment Manager
e: recruitment@clockhousefarm.co.uk
Direct: 01622 743955

Join the Clock House Farm team