Support BCF25 and help us to get the farm through this.
Bath City Farm is closed to visitors until further notice. This includes all animal areas, the playground, car park, our buildings, café and toilets. Sadly, all project groups, volunteering, bookings and events are still suspended, and any visitors to the farm will be asked to leave in the interest of staff safety.
We are currently operating with a small team in order to care for the animals and to run a temporary meals on wheels service for vulnerable members of our local community. We are also live streaming animal feeds every Saturday at 11am on our Facebook page.
We have seen a huge loss of income, which we rely upon in order to provide for the animals, to maintain the site and to be there for the people with work with.
Your generosity and support will make a difference, and means more to us now than ever.
Thank you and take care,
The Bath City Farm team
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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Mon - Sat 10.30am - 4.30pm
Sun 11.30am - 3pm
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.