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Adult Volunteers

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🎪 Can you help out at our busy Mayday Festival on  Monday May 1st? 
We need volunteers to lend a hand on stalls, to provide creative activities for children, face painting, games, baking, selling raffle tickets and a mass of others tasks! It’s a great annual event at the farm and we’d love it if you can join us. Get in touch, email

Can you run a game or stall on May 1st?

🏆 Read about our award-winning volunteers

🌿 Special Opportunity | Horticultural Project Volunteer.
Mind in Camden
need adults with an interest in mental health & gardening to support a great project based at the farm.  Project Hours: 9.30am – 12.30pm every Monday.  Call 020 8911 0822 or email for a role description and application form.

Volunteering at the Farm

We have a fantastic group of adult volunteers who help keep the farm a vibrant grassroots organisation. Whether you have time to help with only one event or want to get involved on a weekly basis there is plenty to get stuck into.

Scarecrow making

Volunteer for single events or on a regular basis

Adult volunteers work on all sorts of projects that include: the animals, gardens, office skills, cake baking, event planning, helping out on event days and many more.

We particularly welcome local artists and volunteers to run creative activities for children at fundraising events or during school holidays.

Please note that any adult wishing to work around children will be subject to a DBS check before starting.

Call  020 7916 5421 or drop by the farm to find out about all our volunteer opportunities.

Adult Volunteer Meetings

Do you like to organise? We have a friendly group of adult volunteers who help at events and organise activities that support the farm. You’re welcome to join us for our monthly planning meetings.

Call 020 7916 5421 or email to find out more.

The Farm Board of Trustees

Trustees are volunteers who have overall control of a charity and are responsible for making sure it’s doing what it was set up to do. They lead the charity and decide how it is run – so being a trustee means making decisions that will impact on people’s lives.

Trustees use their skills and experience to support the Farm, helping it achieve its aims. As a trustee you may benefit from learning new skills, networking and from the satisfaction that comes from supporting a local charity.

If you are interested in finding out more about Trusteeship at Kentish Town City Farm, please contact

Farm Trustee

Rachel Schwartz, KTCF Trustee Volunteer

Volunteering at Kentish Town City Farm was a completely joyful experience where I learned something new everyday and made many dear friends. It seemed a bit selfish at times to be having so much fun!  So I was both surprised and honoured to receive the exceptional volunteer award from Camden.  I’m delighted that others felt my work was helpful and it inspires me to keep volunteering.

Rachel Schwartz, Farm Trustee received the Exceptional Volunteer Award,  Camden Volunteer Centre Awards, Nov 2016.