Hartcliffe City Farm is due to open to the public in spring 2022
When it opens you’ll find the start of a great place for local people to visit, learn, work and volunteer. It will be a place where people get together, connect with nature and can feel part of a community.
Between now and then there is a great deal of work behind the scenes to make sure what comes next for the site is what local people want. We’ve used our conversations with local people to inform our aims. We’re making lots of chances for the community to get involved in what we’re creating.
The focus for the first activities will be on getting a ‘city farm’ visitor space open with animals, a café and space to connect with nature; launching an education programme for schools and young people; and on getting a growing space with market garden and cut-flower enterprise underway. More activities are on the cards as the site becomes established.
Any project like this needs financial support to get it off the ground. We’re exceptionally grateful to the following organisations who have already pledged or given support to the project.