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Be part of Bath City Farm’s Team for 2018 and contribute towards a valuable community resource for the people of Bath.

 

In return for your support you will receive:

–  A free tour of the farm, animal handling session and lunch at our community café
–  Support and advice on how to raise funds
–  Cheers and support on the day of the Half Marathon
–  A running vest with Bath City Farm’s logo

If you would like to run for us all we ask is you raise a minimum of £200 for the Farm.  Please get in touch with Claire Newman on 01225 481269 or email info@bathcityfarm.org.uk

  Bath City Farm Children and goat

Set up by the local community in the early 1990s, Bath City Farm is located on a beautiful 37-acre plot in the middle of Bath’s three most deprived wards – Twerton, Whiteway and Southdown – the Farm is an important asset within the local community, acting as a place of engagement and learning, in a welcoming and friendly atmosphere.

Central to the charity’s work are a range of practical courses, training and volunteering opportunities for the local community; providing practical and life skills to children at risk of exclusion from mainstream education, the long-term unemployed, people who are experiencing mental health issues and people with learning difficulties. We also run a wide range of free events for the local community.

Bath City Farm shelling beans  Bath City Farm Pumpkin

The Farm is free-of-charge for anyone to visit, and its range of animals – which include Dexter cattle, a mixed flock of free-range chickens, pygmy goats and a pair of miniature Shetland ponies – prove to be a popular attraction with people of all ages and backgrounds.

The organisation’s mission is to build a caring, healthy and cohesive community through the involvement of local residents, especially those who are disadvantaged. By supporting the Farm you will help us achieve our aims to:

–  Build a cohesive community
–  Achieve improvements in people’s lives
–  Steward the farm’s resources
–  Increasing skills and knowledge
–  Connect people to the land

 

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