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COVID-19 Update 3rd November 2020

The farm will remain open to the public, 7 days a week, 9-5pm during the lockdown period.

We still want to be able to support our community throughout this time and will be keeping as many of our services running as possible. See the list below:

  • Café: Open for takeaway including, sandwiches, salad boxes, gorgeous cakes and of course the famous farm sausage rolls. Try to remember your reusable coffee cups please.
  • Farm shop: The shop will remain open to the public and stocks a wide range of local foods and goodies, including our own farm eggs, veg and meat. A click and collect service is also available.
  • Farmyard:  Open to the public
  • Picnic and Play areas: Open to the public
  • Nursery and Farm Adventurers: Both services will continue to run throughout lockdown period.
  • Sports Pitch: Closed
  • Party Hire: Closed
  • Room and Venue Hire: You may be able to hire one of our spaces if your activity fits with government criteria. Please note our room hire cancellation charge will not be applied throughout November and December.
  • Mini Potters: open on Tuesdays and Wednesdays offering a take-out, home kit service (updated 12/11/20)
  • Homegrown Gift Shop: Closed
  • Events: All events will be postponed to a later date.
  • Volunteer Groups: All on-site groups will be postponed until further notice. We will be staying connected with our current volunteers.

You can still come to the farm for a lovely nature walk in our community gardens and grab some delicious food-to-go at the café. Finish up at the farm shop for local goodies to take home, including fresh farm eggs, veg and meat.

More details about visiting us during the current social distancing restrictions can be found here.

When you are on site, please remember to stay safe, being especially vigilant with hand washing and careful when using the narrower pathways.

The City Farm couldn’t be here without your help and support. Please consider becoming one of our regular donors as even a small donation will make a big difference to the farm and its future.