It’s a place where people of all ages can get stuck in to growing plants and vegetables, help to look after animals and discover more about our environment
Welcome To Swansea Community Farm

Swansea Community Farm, the only city farm in Wales, is a unique 3.5 acre site in Fforestfach reconnecting people with their food, their environment and each other through educational, volunteering, training and play opportunities.

Volunteers of all ages and abilities have been instrumental in every stage of the Farm's development since the initial idea to build a city farm was formed in 1992.

There are plenty of ways for you to get involved at the Farm, whether you are teacher wanting to bring your class on a visit to the Farm, or someone who can spend a few hours a week and become a volunteer or trustee, or if you want to help us by donating a few pounds, our website will tell you everything you need to know.

We are open Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 4pm. Our cafe serving delicious home cooked dishes is open Thursday & Saturday during the winter (we may be open at other times during the week, please ring before you visit us to avoid disappointment).  Entry to the Farm is free but as a charity, we rely on donations and ask for a £2 per adult and £1 per child suggested entry fee.

Why not come along and find out what the Farm can offer you!

If you want to get in touch, telephone us on 01792 578384 or email any of our staff - you can find all our details on the contact us page.

Sorry, but we do not allow dogs on the site, except registered guide dogs. 




Events Guide 2017        

Watch this space for our events guide 2017... coming soon...                 


Are you aged 18-24 and unemployed?  Looking for a new challenge this year?  Sign up for #FarmSquad2017* and learn new skills, such as catering, conservation and animal care; gain qualifications and make new friends.  This 10 week course, starting on 17 January, will help young people gain the confidence and skills needed to help get them back to work.     Want to find out more? Give Kate a ring at the Farm.  *eligibility criteria applies.



Recycle your Christmas Tree at the Farm 

Charitable Christmas Tree Chipping service for Swansea and surrounding areas, in aid of Swansea Community Farm thanks to

All the chip produced will be used by the Community Farm and by other local projects, whilst 100% of all monies raised will go directly to the Community Farm. Swansea community farm always need money so are hoping to raise as much as possible for a great cause. 

People can simply show up to one of the sites listed, make a nominal donation (suggested is £1 although more would be gratefully received) and have their tree chipped at the venue most convenient to them. Should people not be able to make any of the sites/dates, they can take their tree to the Community Farm where their donation and tree will be accepted throughout January.

Dates and sites of charitable Christmas tree chipping service:

Reynoldston (Higher Green) - 7th Jan 10am until 3pm

Penllergaer (Sports field off Old Llangfelach Road) - 9th Jan 10am until 3pm

Clydach (Clydach Community Hall - tbc)- 10th Jan 10am until 3pm

Bishopston (Murton Community Centre) - 11th Jan 10am until 3pm

Pontlliw (Carmel Road) - 12th Jan 10am until 3pm

Swansea Community Farm (Carmarthen Road) - 13th Jan and 23rd Jan 10am until 3pm

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