Balsall Heath City Farm Reopens on Monday 12/04/21
After the Government announcement regarding step 2 of easing the lockdown, we are pleased to announce that our little City Farm can reopen to visitors from Monday. As social distancing is still of utmost importance, we will continue to use our booking system to ensure that no more than 6 people visit at any one time. Please continue to follow the “Hands, Space, Face” guidance.
You can book a visit by using the Booking System on the Visit and Donate page
Initial 6 week trail Tai Chi Sessions hosted by The Active Wellbeing Service at the Farm.
For more information please contact us on 0121 464 1888.
The Big Feed Project is providing tasty meals made from locally sourced surplus food.
These meals are FREE to all.
It is with great pleasure the I can announce the reopening of Balsall Heath City Farm on Monday 13th July 2020. We are very aware that local families need to use our facility and give families and children some much needed enjoyment during this uncertain period.
To comply with rules around keeping people safe we have introduced an appointment system to ensure adequate social distancing and keeping people safe.
Balsall Heath City Farm is 40 Years Old!
Come and join us in the celebrations on the POSTPONED.
We will be hosting a FREE session on how to prune a fruit tree at the Farm on Sunday 1st of December.
The session is due to commence at 11 am and expected to be finished by 4 pm, the session is FREE to attend and is open to all.
To book a place, please call 0121 464 1888 or send an email over to Hywel.Williams@stpaulstrust.org.uk
Please remember to dress up warm and we hope to see you soon.
Saturday 18th of May 2019
11am to 4pm
New Partnership Gives Hope to City Farm
St. Paul’s Community Development Trust are happy to announce that following lengthy discussions with a number of organisations agreement has been reached with The Active Wellbeing Society (TAWS) that will secure the long term viability of the Balsall Heath City Farm.
Threatened with closure since December 2018 St. Paul’s have been working with a number of organisations to try to secure the long-term viability of the City Farm. Now agreement has been reached with TAWS which means that the farm which has operated in Balsall Heath for over 40 years will remain open.
A lovely piece put together by local director and actor Haqi Ali to go with the song that Ella wrote and performed with family and friends.
Wehida Mulla – Language Through Play Worker (St. Paul’s Trust Children’s Centre)
I am running the Rotary Shakespeare Full Marathon in Stratford-upon-Avon on Sunday 28th April 2019 to help raise money to support Balsall Heath City Farm stay open.
This lovely farm is set to close unless new money can be raised. Unless funding can be found the closure will go ahead.