Our little City Farm is open for the community to visit every day of the year except some public holidays though this is now only by pre-booking your visit online. This system manages numbers to enable distancing and takes a contact for tracing purposes in the event of an outbreak of Covid-19 related to our site. There are slots for up to 6 people to visit every hour Monday-Friday 9.30am-4.15pm, Saturday and Sunday 10.30am-3.15pm
So that we can understand more about visits and usage of the Farm and tell our key funders about what we do, we require all visitors who wish to take part in activities at the Farm to use a Wellbeing card membership. This is administered and managed by our partners, The Active Wellbeing Society (TAWS), and this will also allow you to take part in various activities run by TAWS across the city in parks and open spaces. You can apply for a Wellbeing Card online here on the TAWS website https://theaws.co.uk/join-us/wellbeing-card/ This will be sent to you by post within a week. You can also sign up for a card when you visit the Farm. Please bring your Wellbeing card when you visit!
Health and Hygiene
Wherever animals live, there can be germs that are harmful to humans.
Please wash your hands and those of your children if you feed the animals or touch them or any surface on the Farm.
Do not allow children to eat, suck fingers or touch their mouths or faces during your visit. Use hand sanitisers in between hand washing. Please only eat in designated areas and wash hands first.
Please supervise children at all times.
It is free for individuals and families to visit the Farm but please do donate to help us look after the animals, maintain the site and improve facilities. You can put a cash donation in the box on the Farm Classroom door when you visit or you can donate through Paypal. Please ensure you put “City Farm” in the reference box.
Individuals and families can book their visit here:
Organised groups such as nurseries, schools, clubs and organisations please book here: