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Farm Fresh Produce
Thursday, 05 June 2014

Farm freshly frozen pork available now - give us a ring to book your meat or call in to the Farm to buy the best sausages in town (at least we think so!!). 

Know the name of the meat you eat!

While you are buying your meat, why not stop for a cuppa in our café and then have a wander around the Farm to see what our volunteers have been doing and what's growing ready for summer. 

Volunteers Take Over Farm for the Day
Thursday, 05 June 2014
The Farm is handing over the running of the weekly volunteer day this Thursday, 5 June, to its volunteers as part of Volunteers’ Week 2014. Volunteers’ Week is an annual event which takes place on 1 to 7 June and celebrates the contribution made by millions of volunteers across the UK. 

2014 sees the 30th anniversary of the event, and the Farm will be celebrating by holding a volunteer led day between 10am and 4pm. The volunteer’s will be running their own skills share workshops and have come up with a list of workshops they want to hold including Pin Hole Camera and developing photographs, making elderflower cordial, beekeeping and wool spinning.  To feed the hungry attendees during the day, the volunteers who help out in the kitchen will be cooking pigeon pie and there will also be a barbecue and camp fire to bring all the volunteers together at the end of the day. 

Speaking about his time at the Farm, regular volunteer Adam Cooper 27 from Portmead, says: “I have been coming the Farm since I was about 11 and I love every moment of it.  We are always learning new skills, trying different things and you get to meet loads of people.  I am looking forward to this Thursday as we are going to be learning new skills from other volunteers like Pin Hole Camera and how to develop great pictures and I am also looking forward to trying pigeon pie!” 

“Our volunteers are an amazing bunch of people of all ages, abilities and from all across Swansea.  This event is a way of thanking our volunteers and letting them decide what they want to do during the day rather than us telling them what to do!” said Volunteer and Training Officer, Kate Gibbs.  “Everyone is really looking forward to the day and I can’t wait to learn their skills and watch them do the organising” she added.

Listen out for us on Swansea Sound today! at around 1.45pm.

Environmental Events Swansea 2014
Thursday, 27 March 2014

Want to see what's going on across Swansea from April to September this year? 

See attached events guide.