Stonebridge City Farm is a small slice of the countryside in the heart of the City of Nottingham! Free to visit and open every day, we have a number of animals both big and small; gardens and polytunnels where we grow fruit, vegetables and herbs, and even produce honey; a nature walk where you can see a number of wild birds and butterflies; and amenities such as the café, shop and toilets. We do also offer disabled access to the Farm, and also the rest of the Farm is wheelchair friendly as well as 2 disabled toilets.
The farm was set up in the late 1970s, and has recently celebrated its 30th anniversary. Its ideals include providing a much-needed green space, sustainable buildings, distinctive local identity and people who care and respect the community. The site is accessible to all – families with young children, people with disabilities, and parties from schools and colleges. You can just come for a while, perhaps to feed and pet some of the animals, or we do courses and special events for bee keepers and people interested in horticulture.
The farm has been accredited with many awards for its efforts and contributions over the years, as we provide so much to community and would like to take pride in this. As well as being a charity-run organisation, we do encourage other companies and people to sponsor the farm, and anyone can become a friend of the farm to either donate their money or time or maybe even both. We also have a host of corporate supporters who may donate money or products for the benefit of the farm. As a service provider for all types of people we are accredited by various organisations.