Members Wanted
Wednesday, 09 September 2015

Love our Farm? Why not show your support by becoming a Member?  From as little as £5 a year you can help us reach our Appeal target and help towards the upkeep of our Farm.  £5 will help us buy bedding for our chickens for one week, £10 will help feed out ducks for a week, so every little helps. 

As a Member we will send you our bi-annual newsletter and keep you up to date with upcoming events, receive advanced notice of meat produce availability, be invited to our annual AGM, and get discount on some Farm produce and events.

If you would like to join our Membership scheme, please download a Membership form and send it back to us at the Farm.  To find out more about our membership scheme go to 'Getting Involved' then click on 'Becoming a Member'. 

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Our Farm is run by the community for the community and your donation can help us to help so many others.


Farm Closed on Mondays
Wednesday, 09 September 2015

Until further notice, the Farm will be not be open to the public on Mondays.  This is due to a shortage of funds and we apologise for any inconvenience caused. However as part of the Save our Farm Appeal, please feel free to help us raise much needed cash by donating when you visit or supporting us through online donations and text giving (details can be found on our summer 2015 newsletter). 

We will be open as usual Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 4pm - come along and help support your community Farm.

5 Star Rating for Cafe
Wednesday, 07 January 2015

A 5 for Farm Café in its Food Hygiene Ratings

Swansea Community Farm is celebrating after securing a five for its food hygiene rating in its café. Every shop that sells food or serves food must display their food hygiene rating (which runs from 0 – urgent improvement necessary to the top mark of 5 – very good) and the Farm is proud to have achieved a 5 within its first year of opening. The café has a dual purpose, it provides fabulous farm fresh food for the public and is also a training café for the local community, teaching people to cook using farm fresh ingredients. 

In November last year the Farm helped a group of mums and a grandmother from Morriston and Clase to learn how to create healthy meals using fresh ingredients and getting the most out of their weekly shopping budget. The 6 week course, funded by North East Cluster Communities First and designed by the Farm’s Volunteer and Training Officer, Kate Gibbs, and Farm Chef, Jason Matthews, enabled local parents to come into the Farm and learn their way around the kitchen and create dishes that they can recreate at home for their families.   

“Scores on the door – a 5 is a fantastic result for the Farm.  The past year has been a great experience for me, having come into the role at the start of the café set up and seeing how far we have come over the last year and how much hard work has gone into creating such a fantastic environment for all of our customers and volunteers.  On the training side, we have developed some excellent cookery courses for local people of all abilities and I am really looking forward to a very busy year in the café at the Farm.” said Jason. 

If you want to try our fabulous farm food come along to our café (open Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 3.30pm) or if you want to find out more about the courses at the Farm, why not give Kate or Jason a ring on 01792 578384.