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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.

New, Pre-School Nursery at the Farm???
River Bourne Community Farm in Laverstock, Salisbury is proposing the development of a nursery for children aged 2–5yrs with opportunities for outdoor learning in a safe environment.
Click here for more information.
If you're interested, then complete our survey here and return it to the farm by email or post.


5 Years ago, the farm was an overgrown rubbish-strewn piece of land.

See a summary of what we've done here.

Farm Shop

Click above for the Farm Shop  opening hours


What's in the Farm Shop?

Click to see the range of local products available from our farm shop.

Farm Weather

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THE BIG FARM DAY OUT (Hiring)
Saturday 5 September
11am – 4pm
 
FREE ACTIVITIES!
Giant Inflatables,  Children’s Soft Play Area, Prayer Barn, Live Music, Puppet Show, Arts & Crafts Barn, Games & Competitions
 
Also Tractor Rides, BBQ & Cream Teas (charges apply)
Free entry and parking
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                                The Last  Cream Tea Sunday of 2015
Sunday 6th September 3–5pm
 Free Entry & Free Parking
Bring the family for an afternoon of relaxation with delicious cream teas and music from local songsters.
Lots to do for the children with tractor/trailer rides, river dipping and farm animals. Farm shop open.
River Bourne Community Farm Cow Lane Laverstock SP1 2SR
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PEDAL FOLK (Travelling Folk Band)  Plus support from singer/songwriter Chico Holton
Thursday 17 September
7pm
 
Pedal Folk is a musical collective who power their tours solely by bike, carrying their instruments with them as they go. Over the last three years they have played arts centres, folk clubs, festivals pubs, record shops and house concerts delighting audiences with a range of songs and tunes that reflect their journeying nature and love of folk music.
Last year they undertook their greatest challenge to date, crossing the South of England from London to the Quantock Hills in Somerset following the route taken by the pre-war poet and prose writer Edward Thomas in his book "In Pursuit of Spring".
This September they hit the road as a five piece of guitar, violin, flute, ukulele and cello with multi layered harmony vocals from Bristol to Steep in Hampshire to perform at a special concert for the Edward Thomas Fellowship. Expect rousing shanties, songs of the land and the people who live upon it, tunes that will lift your hearts and carry you homeward with a smile as well as the warmth of these friends and musicians who love to travel and perform together.
Come and enjoy Pedal Folk in the barn at the farm – Bar and BBQ selling burgers and veggie sausages. £3 per ticket. Tickets available from the farm office.
Farm Office: 01722 330667
email: info@riverbournecommunityfarm.org.uk
www.riverbournecommunityfarm.org.uk

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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.
Farm Shop/Cafe
At the moment our shop sells our own free-range eggs and honey and stocks a range of local produce. On the cafe side we currently provide tea, coffee, snacks and lunches. We require volunteers able to cover one or two days or half days a week and occasional Saturday mornings. Shop staff should be cheerful, confident and numerate and able to work independently. We would prefer those with experience in retail. Hrs: 9am – 4.30pm or by arrangement.
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
www.riverbournecommunityfarm.org.uk
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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. Upkeep for the animals costs around £4,000 each year so we are always very grateful to receive donations to the farm.
 
Countryside Educational Visits Accreditation Scheme

We now have CEVAS accredited staff
Planning a wedding in the near future?
Looking for something a bit different in a unique setting?
The farm has hosted a number of weddings.
Click here for details.

See details about South Wiltshire Paths Group. what they are doing and how you can help.
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