Need help?

Call us on the Freephone Helpline: 0808 281 9490 (opening hours are Monday to Thursday 9.00am - 5.00pm and Friday 8.30am - 4.30pm) or email

Cysylltwch â ni ar y Llinell Gymorth yn rhad ac am ddim (ar gael dydd Llun- dydd Iau 9.00am  - 5.00pm a 8.30am - 4.30pm ar ddydd Gwener) neu gallwch anfon e-bost at  

More and more working people are turning to us for assistance and their problems are rarely of their own making. Extreme weather, illness, accidents, animal disease, family breakdown, bereavement and now COVID19 are some of the reasons why people come to us. We know how easily problems can spiral out of control. However, sometimes, all it takes is a small amount of support at the right time to get things back on track.

A lot of people don’t understand who farmers are or what they do. We do! We know it’s challenging being a farmer – and that those challenges do not stop when you’re no longer physically working. That’s why we also support those who have retired and / or cannot work because of illness, injury or disability.

It’s easy to see ‘being strong’ as keeping your head down, getting on with things, not complaining and not admitting there is problem. However, we believe it takes more courage to accept there is a problem, pick up the phone and seek help sooner rather than later.

There is no shame in turning to us to help you through the tough times. We might be a charity, but those we support certainly aren’t ‘charity cases’ – they’re hard-working farmers, farmworkers, wives, husbands, widows and widowers who’ve invariably given more to the agricultural sector than they’ve ever taken.

Stuck in the house for five years

John outside his home in Pembroke , on his mobility scooter

What can we do for you?

Debbie and James Billens