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All of our volunteers have different stories and different reasons for why they decided to offer their time to the farm. We're excited to introduce Henry!
We're back with two new videos AND two more quizzes for you on the Vauxhall City Farm TV website.
A cat may look at a king... (October 2020)
The Earl and Countess of Wessex visited Vauxhall City Farm to see their community engagement programmes, joining staff, volunteers, local residents and schoolchildren as the farm marked the start of Black History Month.
We're back with two new videos and two more quizzes for you on the Vauxhall City Farm TV website.
Just in case you weren't jealous enough yet, here are more photographs from Thumper and Belle's new home!
A free programme provided by Vauxhall City Farm, in conjunction with educational charity TeamUp - starting first week of October
We're back on schedule this week and with three videos for you to enjoy on the Vauxhall City Farm TV website.
Please be aware that the farm will be closed the morning of Thursday 1st of October
We're slightly later than usual this week - I blame the hot weather. But, never fear, we still have two more fantastic videos for you to enjoy on the Vauxhall City Farm TV website.
Head over the the Spotlight blog to see the latest pictures of Thumper and Belle in their new home!
It's that time of the week again and we've got two more videos for you to enjoy on the Vauxhall City Farm TV website.
We would like to hear your views about our plans for the new community garden - 16th - 23rd September 2020
September time is Jerry time! (September 2020)
This week we have three new videos for you to enjoy on the Vauxhall City Farm TV website!
Not all of our animals can stay at the farm forever.
Important Riding School News. Please read.
Children aged 7-12 years old can meet our two Shetland ponies, while children aged 4-6 years old can learn the names of our six rabbits.
Storm Ciara blew our stable roof off, and the local community put it back on!
Children aged 7-12 years old get to meet Jenny, the farm's very popular Kune Kune pig. Meanwhile, children aged 4-6 years old can find out about the guinea pigs.