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About Vauxhall City Farm

Vauxhall City Farm is an urban farm in Lambeth, Central London.

We have a fantastic collection of friendly animals large and small.

 

On our farm you can get up close to chickens, ducks, rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, rodents, and turkeys.

 

In our stables and paddocks you'll see ponies, alpacas, goats, sheep, and everyone's favourite - Jenny the pig.

Our aim is to provide an oasis of nature that brings the sights, sounds, and smells of the countryside to everyone.

We believe nature has the power to enhance the health and wellbeing of children, families, and communities.

We provide a way for people to reconnect in an enjoyable way with food, farming and the environment.

We do not charge an entrance fee and rely on donations, supporters, and volunteers to keep the farm running.

 

About Vauxhall City Farm TV

Covid-19 has had a devastating impact on many people across the country, local communities, and on Vauxhall City Farm.

Although we were finally able to open our doors again to members of the public at the end of July, we are still only able to offer our popular educational workshops and courses on the farm to very limited numbers of people.

We have created Vauxhall City Farm TV in response to Covid-19 to help connect children and young people with the farm.

Through Vauxhall City Farm TV you'll be able to meet many of our animals, learn how to care for them, and understand what goes into running the farm on a daily basis.

We'll be releasing new videos each Thursday so come back soon to see who you can meet every week.

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