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Vauxhall City Farm are returning to Lambeth Country Show 2022!
A live sheep shearing demo, followed by a drink in our new bar, Faith's Place.
Egg-citing goings on at Vauxhall City Farm this Easter with Basil the Rabbit.
The after school club starts 22nd September 2021 - Sign up now!
Vauxhall City Farm celebrates International Woman's Day with Peaches the Goat
Jessie the Farm Cat, Fred & Barney, New Beginnings, The Duck Pond, Horsey News, Baby Alpacas on the way, New Year, new sustainability efforts, Young Farmers
The after school club starts 22nd September 2021 - Sign up now!
The farm will be closed from Friday, 24th December 2021 to Monday, 3rd January 2022.
Wreath-Making, Old Dairy.... At Night, Urban Animals Beer, Remembering Tom, Riding Update
The after school club starts 22nd September 2021 - Sign up now!
Now we're open again, here are the top FAQs that we've received and their answers. Take a look to be signposted to the right area for you.
If nothing else, using nature as an excuse to go out and think about nothing – simply appreciate your surroundings – is a great starting point to reconnecting with the environment and yourself.
Regenerative Farming is deeply scientific and intended to work in conjunction with nature, rather than against it. Could it be the first sign that farming is pulling in the same direction as conservation?
What we can do is both get outdoors ourselves, for our sakes; and continue to spread the evidence, anecdotal and academic that we must cherish and protect existing green spaces and be up for creating new ones too!
What we can do is both get outdoors ourselves, for our sakes; and continue to spread the evidence, anecdotal and academic that we must cherish and protect existing green spaces and be up for creating new ones too!
What we can do is both get outdoors ourselves, for our sakes; and continue to spread the evidence, anecdotal and academic that we must cherish and protect existing green spaces and be up for creating new ones too!
So why not, this year, indulge in something a little risque? Are you prepared to go rogue and spread some joy to people in your area? Do you have what it takes to be a guerilla gardener?