Windmill Hill City Farm was formed in 1976 by a volunteer group of local residents determined to see a piece of inner city wasteland put to more productive use, giving the local community the opportunity to experience farming in the heart of the city.
It offers educational, recreational and therapeutic facilities and activities for local people including a range of farmyard animals, community gardens, picnic area, café serving home-made food, an adventure playground, community building with meeting spaces, a five-a-side pitch, environmental and craft-based courses, and a nursery for children aged from nine months to five years old.
The City Farm is a company limited by guarantee (01409415) registered as a charity (277287). It is governed by a board of trustees according to the rules laid down in its memorandum and articles of association, which contain its charitable objects.
Its ambitions for the coming years are laid out in its three-year strategy.
Find out more about the City Farm and the people behind it.More info
Job vacancies at the City Farm are listed here.More info
Press enquiry details and links to some of the latest press articles about the City Farm are on this page.More info
The City Farm runs a wide variety of projects. View them here.More info
The history of the City Farm, in words and photos, is available to the public through history boards in the new visitor centre and online at our farm history site.More info
This page contains links to our policies and procedures.More info
Download the City Farm’s brand guidelines and common logo variants.More info