One of Bath’s best kept secrets is high up on a hill overlooking the city where pigs and chickens scratch at the grass and cluck and snort in their pens.
It has been a quarter of a century since Bath City Farm opened. This autumn the farm marks 25 years since it opened when there were no animals, a play park or a volunteer cabin. It began with two shipping containers, a lot of passion and one big idea – to create a community farm that could transform lives.
The idea of a city farm for Bath goes back earlier than 1995 to a formation of an association to create a city farm in 1985. In 1990, a group of local residents finally took a lease on a piece of land left abandoned after a dairy farm ceased its operations.
Despite 2020 and its Covid-19 crisis the farm is a valuable resource for the city for more visit http://bathcityfarm.org.uk/
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