We may be small but we've got a fantastic range of friendly animals from sheep and pigs to ferrets and guinea pigs. We aim to demonstrate best practice in animal welfare. Here are just a few of our favourites...
Webster the duck
Henny (not a Hen)
DJ the horse
Jerry the alpaca
Edward the pig
Jean-Pierre the rabbit
We haven't even mentioned the sheep, goats, ferrets, shetland ponies, guinea pigs, fancy rats, ducklings and Waffle the goose!
The SLaM project provides a safe environment for participants from the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust. Through horticultural therapy participants work in the farm’s vegetable gardens to grow vegetables and a variety of fruits, experiencing the joys of growing as a way for self-healing and mental well-being.
Our Spinners are a group of textile artists and craftsmen with an interest in natural dyes and fibres and their application to contemporary textiles.
The spinners cultivate vegetables and plants in the community garden so they can extract the dyestuff and produce handmade yarns for weaving, embroidery and knitting. The spinners offer education and training classes at the farm every Saturday from 10:30 - 2pm.
The Young Farmers
Our Young Farmers Club is a volunteering project that enables you to gain skills, knowledge and experience working on a farm, handling animals and learning about the environment. It's open to you people aged 8-18 looking to gain experience on a farm and training from qualified professionals. We can offer:
- Knowledge and experience of working on a farm and handling animals.
- A portfolio showcasing the skills you've gained.
- The opportunity to boost your team work, communication skills and confidence.
- Workshops designed to develop both life and farm skills.
For more information download our flyer, then fill in an application form, and send it to email@example.com.
Our riding therapy centre has been providing opportunities for all ages and abilities to learn to ride since the farm opened in 1977. Today we offer a range of different lessons, for more details contact Linda (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 0207 582 4204.