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Holiday Hub

Spend summer on the farm, right here in the city!

The holiday hub will run throughout August every Monday to Thursday (bookable as a 4-day week) from 9 am till 5pm. 

Playscheme children meet horse Murphy

Young people aged 8 to 16 are invited to spend their mornings helping run the farm, caring for the animals (mucking out), gardening (picking crops and preparing for autumn) and cooking (planning and preparing the lunch). In the afternoons there will be a range of workshops where experts will share their skills in practical craft workshops (TBC but likely to include woodworking, tie dye, pottery).

Everyday we’ll sit down together for a healthy vegetarian lunch (freshly made in the morning by some of the participants) and they’ll be time to explore the farm and hang out with all the residents including Shirley the Cow, Popcorn the guinea pig and even Darth Vader the Rooster.

Families on free school meals can book here : https://haf.youngcamdenfoundation.org.uk/
And pay for places are on our bookings page

We are a farm so it can get a bit muddy. We work in all-weathers – we have some boots you can borrow or bring your own if you have them and a raincoat if its raining. If sunny you will need a hat and sunscreen.

We strongly recommend travelling here by public transport, Gospel Oak on the overground being the nearest station or by bus to Queens Crescent (24, 46 or C11). Bike parking is available on site.  

This project is supported by the Young Camden Foundation and John Lyon’s Charity.

Wellbeing Series for young people

Wellbeing for young people  programme information
Wellbeing Program

Join our new, free, Wellbeing Program for 10 to 16 year olds….and find a more positive outlook through connecting with animals and the natural world. Connecting with nature will promote positivity, purpose and build confidence as well as enjoying the physical benefits of being outside in nature.

Free after school workshops every Monday from June 7th to July 5th. 4.00 -5.30pm

The first meeting on June 7th will be an informal session and a discussion about your needs. We’ll also take you on a tour of the farm to unwind and relax.

To register please email eira@ktcityfarm.org.uk

This programme is supported by

Young Camden Foundation
Brandon Centre For Young People

Farm Visits Thursday to Sunday

FARM VISITS ARE AVAILABLE BY BOOKING ONLY. New booking slots are available each Thursday from 10am.

  • Goat leaning through railings into the camera
  • Sleeping pair of goats
  • Farm cat Gracie resting on a fence
  • Farm horse champion and donkey greet
  • Farm geese spread their wings
  • Dora the donkey rolling on the area ground

Thursday, Friday & Saturday, 11am – 3pm and Sunday, 12 – 2pmFree Entry. Booking essential.

Members of the public can book a 45 minute visiting slot in groups of up 6 people. We’ve invested in a new booking system so we can manage numbers on site and keep a record for track and trace as well as adding extra handwashing stations. Come and see us soon and see your favourite farm animals again!

Brighten up your day

Donkeys Nora and Dora running in the riding arena
Invite Dora & Nora to Zoom!

Did you know that our animals can now join your special occasions via Zoom & FaceTime? Whether it’s a birthday, anniversary or work meeting, if you fancy a farm furry friend to brighten up your day contact info@ktcityfarm.org.uk or 020 7916 5421 for details.

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