Bath City Farm transforming lives through food, farming and nature
After months of lockdown we are at the start of a long journey to slowly reopen the farm. We ask for your patience and understanding during this transitional phase.
We are now open to visitors on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays 10am - 3pm.
Due to reduced staffing or government restrictions, please note:
- The café will be open Thursday, Friday and Saturday - offering a reduced menu takeaway service.
- Visitors can not touch or feed the animals.
- You may have to wait to enter, or be asked to leave if the farm gets too busy.
- Staff are unable to administer first aid.
Please read our Coronavirus Page before visiting to ensure you have a safe and enjoyable experience. To help protect our volunteers, many of which have health concerns, please do not visit the farm on Mondays or Wednesdays, unfortunately you will be asked to leave.
Whilst we have adapted the way we operate during these uncertain times, we cannot ignore that due to the loss of all our commercial income, our charity is now at risk.
In a normal year, sales from our café, events, bookings, school visits and corporate away days make up over a third of our total income. The rest is donated and fundraised thanks to our community, business partners and supporters. As a charity we receive no public funding.
If you enjoy visiting the farm and appreciate the work we do in the community, we ask you to please consider supporting us in anyway that you can. Together we can make a difference to the communities in which we live in.
We exist to
Support disadvantaged & disabled people to develop new skills
Boost health and well-being
Bring enjoyment & education in horticulture, farming and nature
Grow the number of people engaged in their community
Events and courses
Master your most spookiest pumpkin carving and enjoy the sweet delights of apple juicing.
Enjoy the Rec firework display from the best viewpoint in Bath. Massive bonfire and BBQ.
Join us for some festive creativity. Learn how to make your own beautiful Christmas wreath using winter foliage.
Begin your festive cheer with a visit to Santa's grotto at the farm, while roasted chestnuts fill the air.
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We need your help
Our neighbourhood is within the 20% of most deprived areas in England. It also has the highest proportion of children living in poverty in the county. Evidence has shown poverty can have long lasting effects on education, with a 28% gap by GCSE's between children receiving free school meals and their wealthier peers.
We're asking for donations to build a new forest school to help close the gap. A forest school will provide an engaging open space for local children to learn, play and be inspired. Donate today, and keep up-to-date with the project on our Blog.