This week’s Crop Share…

9lbs of black currants - still measuring up the red ones!

Do you like fresh and locally grown produce? If so, then our crop share is for you!

Our Crop Share is an opportunity for you to eat fresh and locally grown produce whilst supporting our charitable activities.

We have 6 shares available, on a first come first serve basis, for collection/delivery on Thursday 30th July (and will be available weekly whist produce is growing!)

 

  • A weekly share costs £10 and will provide for approximately 1 to 3 adults/kids
  • The amount and varieties of produce in each weekly bag will vary according to what’s coming off our veg patches and out of the polytunnels. Each share will have a contents list.

To purchase your share, please fill out the form below and if we have a share left we will send you a link to pay through paypal on Tuesday. We will also contact you if you haven’t been successful. Please check on a weekly basis!

We’re fully booked for the Farm Tours on Saturday!

Thanks everyone for your speedy bookings, and apologies to those that we couldn’t fit in. Hopefully you can make it next time (Saturday 26th September) or to our Open Day (Saturday 15th August)!

Want to visit The Community Farm?

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On Saturday 18th July we will be offering farm tours for small groups (max 5 people).

Tours will be available hourly from 10am until 3pm.

  • Booking is essential. Please use the form below to book.
  • Visitors are more than welcome to stay longer!
  • Come prepared for whatever the weather has in store.

We’re fully booked for Saturday! 

Thanks everyone for your speedy bookings, and apologies to those that we couldn’t fit in. Hopefully you can make it next time (Saturday 18th July) or to our Open Day (Saturday 15th August)!

Want to visit The Community Farm?

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On Saturday 16th May we will be offering farm tours for small groups (max 5 people).

Tours will be available hourly from 10am until 3pm.

  • Booking is essential. Please use the form below to book.
  • Visitors are more than welcome to stay longer!
  • Come prepared for whatever the weather has in store.

Hello 2015…

Our first post of 2015… And look how cute our new arrivals are… And here’s Nigel ploughing ahead despite the grey clouds!

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2014 was a great year!

  • We sold approximately 200kgs of veg though our popular Crop Share Scheme and to local cafes/restaurants (such as Noa Bakehouse).
  • We had Open Days and Open Afternoons which saw approximately 500 people visit The Farm.
  • We had 5 days of corporate volunteers helping out – along with our regular volunteers, an approximate total of 1000 hours of volunteers!
  • The Harvest Moon Festival raised approximately £1400!
  • And loads more…!!

We are busy planning and organising for 2015 to make sure its bigger and better than last year… so watch this space…