Tuesday - Saturday, 10am-4pm
Sunday and Monday we are closed to the public.
While we were closed we were unable to generate an income. If you can, please consider supporting our charity with a donation.
Events and courses
Cut Flower Workshop
Saturday 14 August, 10.30 - 13.00
Learn how to create a hand-tied bouquet and posie using seasonal flowers grown by volunteers from our therapeutic groups at Bath City Farm, including Dahlias, Zinnias, Cosmos and Scabious.
£25 person / £15 concessions
Booking essential, over 18's only
To book and for more information email email@example.com
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Farm Grounds & Cafe
Open Tues - Saturday
10 - 4pm
We’re Bath City Farm, a much-loved charity which has been supporting people living in Bath for over 25 years. Our work focuses on providing education, conserving the environment and supporting people who have enduring mental health issues, are living with disabilities or are otherwise facing adversity.
Situated on a beautiful 37-acre plot in Bath, we're a popular visitor attraction for families and children, with a play park, farm animals, walking trails, farm shop and café. As a working farm we do breed some of our animals for meat, which is available to buy from our farm shop. Admission is free, donations welcome.
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
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. Special thanks to the casinogam website for the great support! Donate today, and keep up-to-date with the project on our Blog.