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Thanks to and Juliet & Jan Warde and the staff of the Toby Carvery, Amesbury who have raised money for the farm.

New Day Nursery at the Farm Now Open
Giant Steps has a nursery at River Bourne Community Farm for children aged 0–5yrs with opportunities for outdoor learning in a safe environment.
For all enquiries please phone the nursery direct on 07763 632608
Where is the farm ??
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Cow Lane, Laverstock,
Salisbury SP1 2SR
Coming by bus?
There are 2 buses that go past the Farm and there is a stop just past Cow Lane.
Red bus 6 from Endless St. Stop D leaves at 27 and 57 past the hour. Returns at 41 and 11 past the hour.
Bus 66 (Porton) from Endless St. Stop C leaves once an hour at 15 past the hour and returns on the hour.

is a Community Supporter of the farm
Suppliers of Tables & Chairs have supported the farm

Farm Weather

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Keeping warm in the cold weather

Cilla, our Oxford Sand & Black sow gave birth at the end of November.

Saturday 10 December   
10am – 12
For this month’s session the nature watch group will be on the farm making Christmas dinners for the birds in our gardens and enjoying other seasonal activities and games
Refreshments provided. Parking available at the farm. Farm shop open.
For children aged 5 – 11 and their parents/carers. Cost £1.50 per child.
To book a place please contact: Penny Fleet 01980 611815 or email pennyfleet99@gmail.com
Future nature watch dates: 14th January, 11th February

Important Notice to customers
The farm shop has closed to allow for the re-location of the portacabin to an area behind the straw bale building to make space for the construction of a new purpose built cafe. There will be a period of approx 10 days when electric and water will need to be installed at the new temporary site.
During this time eggs & honey will be available from the lobby of the office during the hours listed below:     
Tues – Fri 9am - 1pm / Saturday 10am – 1pm
The farm shop will operate from the temporary site under these reduced hours until the new cafe is built (around the end of March 2017). During this time the shop will operate as normal. The cafe will not be running although take-away tea/coffee will be available
Fundraising continues in order to fit out our lovely new cafe. If you would like to donate you can do so in the green boxes located at the farm or online at www.riverbournecommunityfarm.org.uk


Volunteer Opportunities...
The farm has a number of volunteer opportunities. Want to get involved?

Farm Leaders
We are looking for Farm Leaders with a few hours to spare a week to lead school parties (mainly primary schools) and community groups such as brownies and scouts around the farm. Visits are usually in the morning for around 2.5 hours and involve 3 or 4 farm leaders. Training will be given.
Handy Persons
Are you a builder or carpenter or other tradesperson with a bit of time to spare or retired and looking for something to do? The farm is always in need of people who can be called on to come and help with building projects and we would love your help!  

For further details or to arrange a meeting please contact Jane Wilkinson on 01722 330667 or email janewilkinson@riverbournecommunityfarm.org.uk


Visiting the Farm
River Bourne Community Farm is open from 9am - 4pm Tuesday – Friday and 10am to 1pm on Saturdays and we are very happy to receive visitors. Entry is free for everyone and we very much hope you have an enjoyable time.
This year the farm would like to build a new purpose built, warm & cosy Community Farm Cafe to replace our current draughty outdoor seating area! In order to do this we will need to raise £50,000 and have already planned a number of fundraising events. The farm is a ‘not for profit’ organisation working to provide the community with an attractive and welcoming amenity. Please help us in our fundraising efforts by giving a donation towards the build. Many thanks.  
Countryside Educational Visits Accreditation Scheme

We now have CEVAS accredited staff
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