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Freightliners City Farm
Sheringham Road
Islington
London

N7 8PF | View map
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Freightliners Farm is a model of a working farm in the heart of Islington. It is a great place to get away from the bustle of city life and make contact with the farming world.

We produce and sell, delicious fresh eggs, honey and vegetables. For your garden we produce farmyard manure, compost and wood chip mulch. At our shop you can get hay, straw and animal feed sometimes we have fertile eggs for hatching and small animals who need a good home. With many different types of animals including rare breeds there is much to see for all the family.

Animal mad children love parties at the farm, call for details. School programmes relating to the national curriculum can be arranged as well as a full programme of activities and workshops for all. You can also become more involved in farm life by volunteering, we always welcome more help!

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Nearest Train Station: Holloway Road (tube)
Highbury & Islington
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Months Open: Winter: 10 - 4, Tuesday - Sunday
Summer: 10 - 5, Tuesday - Sunday
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes - Pre-booking required on street
Car Parking: Yes
Admission Price: Free. Small charge for activity sessions
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Refreshments

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