St Werburghs City Farm connects people through land, nature and food. Each year, we engage 60,000 people in spaces and services that build resilience, reduce isolation and strengthen community. Our activities include accredited gardening placements for adults with learning disabilities, animal husbandry courses for inner-city children, woodland mindfulness for adults experiencing poor mental health and conservation courses for people looking to develop new skills and connections. We are a community-focused organisation that values all forms of diversity. We pride ourselves on supporting people, from all walks of life, to learn, grow and thrive.
18-25 Outdoor Wellbeing + Practical Skills Course
We are recruiting now for the next 12 week course, starting Monday 10th May. For more information or to APPLY for a FREE place, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0117 9428241
Seeking advocates to shape our future
St Werburghs City Farm are calling on you, the community, to help us in forming a Strategy Development Group. This group will be made up of approximately 10 'advocates' with specific areas of interest and will act as St Werburghs City Farm's action research group. Deadline to apply is Sunday 21st March.
Our Equity Report
We recently launched the Equity Report which shares the processes and key learnings from a year long exploration into the barriers to access for ethnic minority communities. You can read our Equity Report and Equity Action plan here and watch the webinar here.