Windmill Hill City Farm is a registered charity. We do not charge for entry, so every donation we receive helps us keep operating as a community facility for the enjoyment of the public. Donations, whether large or small, are gratefully received and every penny is put to good use.

COVID-19 Appeal

How you can support the farm

As you can imagine, the impact COVID-19 has had on the farm has been immense. It’s affected the people that rely on its services, the staff it employs, its finances and its future.

Built by the local community back in 1976, the farm has had some rocky times but has stood side-by-side with local people throughout, to come back stronger each time.

The farm relies on the public using its services to fund it, with 90% of income coming from its café, room hire, school visits, events and the nursery. This has all been lost over the last few months.

We are now beginning to re-build and look to the future and we are going to need YOUR help to make sure the farm is still here for future generations to enjoy.


The best way to keep the farm running is to become one of our REGULAR MONTHLY DONORS
If you can afford it, a regular monthly donation, even of a small amount, will make a big difference to the farm and its future.

Donate by cash or cheque

Make a donation in person at our reception desk or one of the donation boxes on site, or by post to:

Windmill Hill City Farm, Phillip Street, Bristol, BS3 4EA

Cheques should be made out to ‘Windmill Hill City Farm’.

If you are a taxpayer please Gift Aid your donation to increase its value to us. Download a Gift Aid form below to complete and send to the farm.

Gift Aid Declaration (pdf)

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Windmill Hill City Farm aims to improve the lives of local people through its services and facilities.

As well as being a popular day out, the farm provides an excellent opportunity for people of all ages and backgrounds to learn about farming and sustainable food production.

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