Oxford City Farm

Urban greenspace and permaculture inspired growing
Started: 
2016
Early days at the farm enjoying home made strawberry ice cream

Oxford City Farm is a Charity that is turning a derelict brownfield site into a community greenspace and permacultural learning centre. We got a lease for 40 years in 2016.
We host school groups, volunteering sessions, dropins, pop-up cafes, and private groups.  We aim to create an accessible relaxing place to be and learn for everyone.
We have a small part time staff team and loads of dedicated and skilled visiting volunteers who look after our sheep, chickens, bees, fruit, veg and nut crops.  We use no-dig and forest gardening techniques, we have rainwater harvesting and a composting toilet and a rescued from demolition kitchen classroom.
We have lots of wildlife apart from humans visiting the farm including a sparrowhawk, foxes and badgers, some are more helpful around the farm than others.
Please get in touch if you'd like to come and visit.  

How to arrange a visit: 
Sustainable transport options: 
Please don't drive to the farm. We have bike parking and are near the number 3 and 16 bus routes
Contact: 
Phil Pritchard
Oxford City Farm
Cornwallis Road
Oxford
OX4 3NH
United Kingdom
Phone: 
01865 777571
Type of project: 
Public (open to visitors)