The Only City Farm In Wales
What We Do
Swansea Community Farm is a community led, award winning charity, set in 3.5 acres of land in Swansea. We are the only city farm in Wales and host a range of farm animals, allotments, wildlife areas, bee hives and café. The Farm exists to improve wellbeing, build skills, and create a sense of belonging, alongside producing local food and caring for our natural environment. The farm work is done by volunteers and there are lots of opportunities to get involved in volunteering, training, and play on our beautiful site. Find out more about what we do and why.
Volunteers are the Farm's most valuable resource, giving their time, energy, enthusiasm and skills. Without volunteers our Farm wouldn't exist. In return we offer them support, training and a hot cup of tea!
Training & Education
We offer accredited training to people from the local area in cooking skills and healthy eating, food growing, nature conservation skills and animal care. For younger members of the community, our School Programmes are a great way to have fun through learning.
Since 1998 we have been gradually developing our grounds and buildings not only as a refuge for people to escape the hurly burly of city life, but as a place to learn more about the environment around us.
We took the decision to close the Farm on the 14th of March to protect the health of the Farm community. We remain closed to the public . We regularly review our position in light of Welsh Government advice and keeping our volunteers safe.
We have been keeping busy though, looking after the animals through lambing and farrowing, growing tasty food and supporting our community through phone and online support and taking out farm food parcels to those in need.
We look forward to seeing you back here when it is safe to do so!