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- Co-op Local Community fund 23rd February 2017
- Employment Opportunity’s 2nd February 2017
- survey 17th January 2017
- Big Bird Watch 13th January 2017
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- New Year Resolution 14th December 2016
- Santa Claus is coming to town 7th December 2016
- Santas Grotto 30th November 2016
- Christmas Dinners 30th November 2016
We have just been accepted for the Co-op Local Community fund
if you have a membership card then 1% of everything you spend on own brands and services goes to the Co-op local community funds
If you’re not yet a member become one here – http://www.coop.co.uk/membership/
This money also goes to charities such as Southport Lifeboat rescue station and other amazing charities
We currently have three job postings on indeed,
visitor centre business manager.
education, training and events business manager.
Saturday 28th of January. David Goodwin, Nottingham Conservation Officer. Will be at Stonebridge City Farm from 11AM – 3PM on the hour every hour, showing people around our farm to see our birds and teaching about local wildlife.
Thank you so much to Photography Watford.
Thinking about your New Year Resolution – What about something for Charity!!
Volunteer at Stonebridge City Farm.
Just come along 11.00 am, Saturday 14 January
To explore the volunteering options available.
Stonebridge City Farm charity invites you to visit Santa in his bespoke Grotto this December
Nottingham, East Midlands: Come and join Santa in his one-of-a-kind grotto decked with snow, real
Christmas trees, a handmade fireplace and lots of festive sparkle at Stonebridge City Farm.
Stonebridge City Farm charity and Waltons Garden Buildings would like to invite you to the big reveal
of Santa’s spectacular grotto on Friday 9th December at 11.00am at Stonebridge City Farm,
Stonebridge Road, Nottingham, NG3 2FR. Local MP and patron of the charity, Chris Leslie, will be
opening the event alongside Santa, who will be handing out gifts to spread the seasonal joy.
To help raise money for the charity, there will be a 50p entry fee to see Santa, or a £2.00 donation to
see Santa and receive a present. A group of 49 excited children from Seely Primary and Nursery
School have booked in to see him, and are eagerly awaiting their Christmas visit.
Waltons have worked with our friends at Stonebridge since 2013. The grotto is in fact an 8ft x 10ft
summerhouse which is a Christmas gift from Waltons to the City Farm.
Waltons are donating the summerhouse grotto to Stonebridge to help spread festive cheer and lift
spirits in the community, following the vandalism at the farm earlier this year. The summerhouse will
be used as an activities centre for storytelling and exhibitions after the Christmas period.
Caitlin Olney, Marketing Manager, Waltons Garden Buildings:
“The whole team here at Waltons are well and truly in the Christmas spirit and have been
working hard with Santa’s elves to bring a piece of the North Pole to Nottingham.
Come and make your way up the snowy, Christmas tree-lined path into the twinkling grotto.
Decked with lights, gifts, and a flickering fireplace, you’ll see Santa proudly sitting in his
rocking chair with his sack of presents beside him.
After visiting Santa, parents have the opportunity to take a festive photo of their children
sitting in Santa’s sleigh, which will be parked outside the grotto.”
Ryan Ashby, Spokesperson, Stonebridge City Farm:
“From 11am on the 9th of December, Santa will be visiting Stonebridge City Farm. His doors
will be open every day of the week until 20th December. Come down, and help to spread the