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Summer Playscheme

60+ Activities

Fitness at the Farm


Weekend Activities

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1 – 3pm, Family Garden Club, £2 per person, suitable for children & all the family. Join Lucy for seasonal gardening & creative activities in the Community Garden (just past the goats). All levels of gardening experience very welcome.

1:30pm, Saturday Pony Rides, £2 per ride. Suitable for children 4 years plus. Arrive by 1:30pm to guarantee a ride.  If it looks like rain, call 02079165421 after midday, to check that pony rides can take place. The last rides of the summer for the horses will be on Saturday 18 August and resume again in October.

1:30pm, Sunday Donkey Rides, £2 per ride. Suitable for children 2 years plus. As donkeys are smaller than horses, there is a maximum height limit for children of 1 meter (3 ft 4″) so please bear your child’s height in mind to avoid disappointment. Before coming to the farm call around mid-day 02079165421 each Sunday to ensure donkey rides will go ahead. If confirmed arrive by 1:30pm to guarantee a ride. Donkey rides will continue throughout the summer.


Term time activities for under 5s and after school sessions resume again in September.


Summer Playscheme

Book a summer full of activities, arts and nature


Update: just one space left in week 3, beginning Mon 13th or call 020 7916 5421 to check if there are any cancellations.

The Summer Holiday Playscheme is for ages 8 to 14. The fully supervised programme is filled with activities including animal care, cookery, arts, play and a weekly day trip. The 4 week scheme runs Monday to Friday, 9 – 5pm, from 30th July – 24th August. Cost per week – £70 (full rate) / £25 (concessions).

Please email and state the following to provisionally book a place.

Name of child:
Name of parent:
Phone number:
Booking Week – 
only 1 place available week beginning 13th Aug.

Bookings are available on a weekly, Monday to Friday basis only. The fee includes a sit down lunch 4 days per week at the farm and is inclusive of a weekly day trip out on Wednesdays for which children will need to bring their own packed lunch.


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60+ Sessions

60 plus gardening clubWeekly gardening club, Thursday afternoons


Every Thursday, 2-4pm, in the Community Garden (past the pig pen & just after the goats). Drop in to our free weekly gardening club, have a cup of tea and harvest the fruits of your labour. Lucy, our community gardener leads the sessions and no prior gardening experience is required. Although if you are green-fingered, there’s opportunity to shape the community garden however you would like! For more information call Jo on 0741 9820 503 or email

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Fitness at the Farm

Yoga for adults Yoga starts Tues 21st August


Tuesdays, Yoga for Adultsstarts 21st August – 9th October, 6:30pm – 7:30pm, £6/ £3 concs. Join us on the farm for a course of yoga classes, with Lisa, a trained Triyoga teacher. Whether you’re an experienced yogi, or have yet to downward dog, the class will be open to all levels of experiences. Mats will be provided, but feel free to bring your own if you’d prefer. Triyoga have kindly donated the teacher’s time to us, so all proceeds from the yoga classes will directly benefit the work of the farm. Payment:  Either pay in advance in cash/ card at the farm, or pay on the door. £6/ £3 concs per session or book the full 8-week course for £42/ £21.


Thursdays, Outdoor Circuit Training, 6:30pm – 7:30pm, £6/£3 concs, 16 yrs +. Get into shape with a workout that’s suitable for all levels of fitness and feel buzzed by the end of the session! Arrive after 6pm to be ready to start in the riding arena at 6:30pm. Weekly training sessions will continue throughout the summer on Thursday evenings.

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Visits to the farm 🚾♿

We are open to visitors every day from 9am to 5pm and entry is free. Drop by to see the animals and enjoy nature. We have horses, donkeys, goats, sheep, a pig & cow, geese & wandering hens & chickens to see, as well as community gardens and a wildlife pond.  More info

It costs £250,000 a year to run the farm so visitor donations are very welcome (pop it into our red post box in the farmyard). Suggested donations £5/£2. Thank you.

Getting Here

Free parking on Grafton Road after 11AM (M-F) and all day at weekends.

Pay and display parking on Queen’s Crescent & Vicarage Road (useful on busier market days, Thurs & Sat).

Overground: Gospel Oak
Tube: Kentish Town (Northern Line)
Rail: Kentish Town (Thameslink)
Bus: Nearest Stops
Gospel Oak – C11
Queen’s Crescent – No. 24 & 46
Kentish Town Road – No. 134, 214 & C2


Open Daily 9-5pm
1 Cressfield Close,
off Grafton Road,


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