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KTCF Christmas Cards are now on sale at the farm


Weekend Rides & Garden Club

60+ Yoga Gardening Crafts First Aid & Songs

Evening Circuit Training for Adults

Christmas Fayre Sun 9th Dec


Term Time

Seasonal Crafts & Gift Making, Weds, 4pm, free


Morning and after school activities for children and their families. Children under 8 yrs must be accompanied by an adult while at the farm and during activities.

10AM-12.00, Garden Explorers – free much-loved activity for Under 5s that provides an opportunity to explore the wild. Wellingtons and rain-proofs needed on wet days.

4pm, Pottery Club £4 per child, 4 yrs plus. Popular creative activity that helps children to develop both manual & fine motor skills and awaken artistic sensibilities.

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

10AM-12:00, Dough Fun – exciting free baking activity for Under 5s with accompanying adult. Learn to make breads, biscuits, pizza and lots of other yummy dough bakes.

4 – 6pm, Seasonal Crafts & Gift Making free activity for children & their families.
14/11/18 Traditional Wool Felting with merino sheep wool to create a decorative piece;
21/11/18 Traditional Jam Making – learn how to make a spicy berry winter jam;
28/11/18 Hand sew a fabric shape of your choice & stuff with lavender as a Christmas gift;
05/12/18 Use acrylic paints to design your own festive decoration from nature;
12/12/18 Hand decorate windfall leaves to create a Christmas window installation in our U5s room.

4 – 6pm, Healthy Cooking at The Farm – free activity for children and their families. Learn how to save money while cooking delicious food & enjoy the meal you prepared together. All foods used are halal friendly with vegan options available.

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


Weekend Activities

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 are very welcome.

1:30pm Pony Rides are back every Saturday from 27th Oct for children 4yrs +, £2 per ride. Be at the riding arena by 1.30pm to guarantee a ride. If the weather’s looking poor call 020 7916 5421 around 12 noon to check that rides can go ahead.

Donkey Ride update 19/10: The donkeys are resting for a few weeks but we’ll keep you posted about when rides restart. Meanwhile come for a pony ride on Saturday.


Special Sunday Event

9th December, Christmas Fayre

12 noon to 4pm, entry adults £1, kids 50p

Santa’s Grotto, Pony Rides and Stocking Fillers.

More details soon


60 Yr Plus Activities

60+ activities are provided by Our Three Points as part of the Aging Better in Camden Programme

60+ Participant visits to Royal Botanic Gardens Community Allotment. Tuesdays 20th Nov  & 18th Dec 1-4pm. Come to Kew and hone your DIY garden skills at this free new event. Each session will tackle new challenges such as building cold frames, potting benches, repairing old tools … and much more! Booking essential – contact Sue on 0741 9820 503 or email

60+ Songhaven, Tues 4th Dec, 2 – 3:30pm.  Bi-monthly mini-concert and sing-along. Join mezzo-soprano Vivien Conacher for a special afternoon of songs, tea & cake. To book call 0741 9820 503 or email Suggested donation of £3 welcome.

60+ Festive-Wreath Making Session, Thurs 6th Dec, 2-4pm.  Join us for a free festive-wreath making session nearby on the Heath. Materials provided along with tea and biscuits. Places are limited to register interest call Sue on 0741 9820 503 or email

60+ First Aid Skills Session, Thurs 20th Dec 2-4pm.  Join us for a free first Aid Skills Session and learn how to save a life and receive a free first aid pocket guide. You will gain access to first aid knowledge and skills; having the confidence to take action and help others and meet new people! Tea and Coffee will be provided. Places are limited to register interest call Sue on  0741 9820 503 or email

Weekly 60+

60+ Gentle Yoga, Every Wednesday, 3-4pm If you haven’t exercised in a while, don’t worry. Our free yoga class focuses on gentle stretching to boost your flexibility and balance at your own pace. Mats are provided or bring your own. No booking necessary, just come along.

60+ Garden Club, Every Thursday, 2-4pm Drop in to our friendly, free, weekly gardening club. You’ll find us in the Community Garden, past the pig-pen and just after the goats. Lucy, our community gardener leads the sessions and no prior gardening experience is required. No booking necessary, just come along, all welcome.

Enquiries for all 60+ activities call 07419 820 503 or email


Evening Fitness Sessions 

Tuesday, Winter Indoor Circuit Training, 6:30pm – 7:30pm, £6/£3 concs,16 yrs +. Weekly indoor workout that’s suitable for all levels of fitness. The training sessions continue throughout the year and no booking is necessary. 

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Visits to the farm 🚾♿

We are open to visitors every day from 9am to 5pm, entry is free. Drop by to see the animals and enjoy nature. We have horses, donkeys, goats, sheep, piglets & a cow and free-ranging ducks, geese & chickens. More info


New piglets august 2018We have two piglets, visit soon!


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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