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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

  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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