Rhubarb Farm is a horticultural social enterprise supporting vulnerable people with multiple and complex needs - ex-offenders, recovering drug and alcohol misusers, people with mental and physical ill health, with physical and learning disability, school students and older people. We call everyone volunteers as that recognises the contribution of their work to the enterprise - growing vegetables and fruit, carpentry, arts and crafts and cookery. 60% of our staff started as volunteers including 2 ex-offenders. We have employed 12 ex-offenders in 10 years. We operate peer-mentoring, run a variety of training courses, including ASDAN qualifications. We run a weekly Community Cafe, a Community Pantry, and a Know Your Food Project. We have a Garden Maintenance team and a Men in Sheds project. Volunteers can get involved in anything on site. We take people on probation and newly released from prison. Our main purpose is to help people change their lives for the better.