A community farm working to build a strong, healthy and caring community by engaging local people with nature and food growing. Providing education, training and therapeutic activities, the farm serves a diverse, often overlooked community. Particularly supporting disadvantaged and disabled people, the farm also boosts emotional, mental, physical and social wellbeing, fosters a strong sense of community and promote environmental awareness and action.

What we love about it:

A great example of using food and farming as a community hub and space to give citizens a sense of connection with the natural world and empowered to create change.

More info: bathcityfarm.org.uk

We're thrilled to announce our lovely cafe at Bath City Farm is opening tomorrow, Saturday 1st October between 09:30 and 16:00 for light breakfasts, light lunches, coffee and cakes. See you soon!

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#cafe #cafelifestyle https://t.co/HdH5Z2XMID
Great excitement as BBC Autumn Watch @BBCSpringwatch are at the Farm today filming wildlife. Tune in at the end of October to see what wildlife they are here to film!
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#autumnwatch #AutumnVibes #Autumn https://t.co/mK8INqTjIp
To mark the autumn equinox and celebrate the changing of the season, our lovely volunteers worked together to cook, serve and then enjoy a delicious harvest lunch.
#AutumnEquinox #autumn https://t.co/UNaGlRUIAY
Enrolling now - Saturday Farm club for children aged 5-11. Come and spend the morning exploring the Farm and getting to know our animals!
Book your spot now at https://t.co/LQqqa4DvYv https://t.co/K5908bVCDo
Cosmo Born is one of the 17 amazing people running the Bath Half Marathon on October 16th to raise money for Bath City Farm.
You can support Cosmo and read his story here:
https://t.co/MYCFbNVlis
Cosmo says training is going well.
#BathHalfMarathon https://t.co/o9Npp0sk5r
City Farms are celebrating 50 years. We're thrilled to be featured as a result in the October issue of Country Living Magazine with a 6 page spread with stunning photos by @jasonphotos and words by @k_intheforest @countrylivinguk
Hearst Magazines UK, Jason Ingram photographs https://t.co/ObOZ6mR8SF