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Yoga & Fitness
Term Time activities


KTCF 60 + Gardening Club

60 plus gardening poster by Lucy Caithness 2018

Every Thursday, 2-4pm, Free, in the Community Garden (up past the pig pen & just after the goats!). Drop in to our friendly 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

Discover more 60+ activities in the Gospel Oak & Haverstock areas at Our Three Points What’s On


Adult Yoga & Circuit Training

Tuesday, 6:30-7:30pm, Yoga at the Farm (17 April – 5th June), £6/ £3 concessions per session. Classes will be taught by Shweto Rao, a trained Triyoga teacher and they are suitable for all levels of experience. Mats will be provided or bring your own if you’d prefer. Payment/Booking: drop by the farm to pay in advance by cash or card or pay on the door. To register your place contact Jo, 0741 9820 503 / or book sessions online via Eventbrite Yoga at the Farm

Thursday, 3-3:45pm Gentle Yoga for people 60 plus (19 April – 7th June). Free class. All abilities and flexibilities welcome! Our trained yoga teacher Sian, will ensure the classes allow everyone to enjoy yoga safely. All equipment will be provided. To register your place contact Jo, 0741 9820 503 /


Circuit Training flyer

Thursday, 6:30 – 7:30pmOutdoor Circuit Training Starts from May 17th, £6/£3 concs, 16 yrs +. Get into shape with an outdoor workout that’s suitable for all levels of fitness. Please arrive between 6:15 – 6:25pm to be ready to start at 6:30pm sharp in the riding arena.

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Term Time Weekly Sessions

Morning and After School activities

, Garden Explorers, £5 / £2 concs, Under 5s. Join Trisha in the garden to explore wildlife and plant herbs, flowers and vegetables together. Wellingtons and rain-proofs needed for wet weather.

4pm, Pottery Club, £4 per child, 4 yrs plus. Clay is a versatile material and an effective means of helping children to develop manual & fine motor skills, awaken artistic sensibilities and promote well-being through social interaction. Pedro has run KTCF Pottery Club since 2007 and is experienced in teaching children of all ages and abilities.

4-5.30pm, Green Fingers. Free activity for children and their families. Learn to grow fruit, vegetables and herbs in our friendly family gardening club. Wellingtons and rain-proofs needed for wet days.

, Dough Boy, Under 5s. £5 per child per session, £2 concs. Dough Boy (girls too) is a new weekly cooking club with a soft play & reading area. Learn to make Dough Boy yummy snacks, build Dough Boy block art and dance the Dough Boy stomp. Note: Under 5’s – bring an adult to help you play, no pets or phones.

4-6pm, Bananas About Cooking, Free activity for children and their families. We will be cooking scrumptious healthy snacks from seasonally selected fresh ingredients from the farms gardens, wherever possible; practising new skills, experimenting with ingredients and mixing in some fun.

4 – 6pm,
Healthy Cooking at The Farm, Free activity for children and their families. Have fun, learn to cook healthy & delicious food on a budget and eat together.

Free family activities
are supported by Camden Health Kick. Visit the CHK website to see more free activities for all ages.



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

1:30pm, Saturday & Sundays, Pony Rides, £2 per ride, for ages 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.

Children under 8 years must always be accompanied by an adult while at the farm and during activity sessions.



Open Farm Sunday June 10th, 11am – 3pm. Free entrance. Every year we join with hundreds of other farms nationwide and take part in Open Farm Sunday. It’s a special opportunity for visitors to learn about the farm and find out about our animals, nature and the environment. Activities will include a tour of the farm, a mini beast hunt, honey tasting, goat grooming and pony rides at 1:30pm. Light refreshments will also be available.

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Visits to the farm 🚾♿

We are open to visitors every day from 9am to 5pm and entry is free. The farm has goats, sheep, ducks, chickens, geese, 3 horses, 2 donkeys, a pig and a cow, 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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