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 Welcome to your Community Farm

Visit the farmyard

The farmyard is free to visit and open to visitors between 10am - 1pm daily, no need to book!

Donations are welcome via the donation boxes located on the back of the bungalow near entrance, in the Small Animal Barn and outside the Cafe.

 We now have contactless donation points in the Small Animal Barn and in the Cafe. 


You can feed our animals with the feed provided by the farm, and donate for these Animal Feed Pots with cash or using one of the contactless donation points. Please return the pots as we re-use them.

We kindly ask that children are supervised by parents at all times and that visitors are quiet and calm when near the animals.

Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome.

Thank you for your co-operation.

Covid update
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This is an amazing chance for you all to support the farm by playing the Salisbury City Community Lottery!! You could WIN UP TO £25000 each week, for only £1 per ticket. 50p from every ticket you buy comes to the farm if you select us as your chosen cause .

We’re all buying tickets - hope you do too!


This is going to be fun!!

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Farm Overview

River Bourne Community Farm is

a free to visit, city farm that sits alongside historic water meadows.

Our main focus is educating young people and serving the local community by providing volunteering opportunities, a friendly, relaxed meeting place and by hosting regular events for everyone to enjoy.




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BBC's Escape to the Country films on our farm!

We were thrilled when the BBC production team from Escape to the Country reached out to feature our farm in their popular house hunting TV show featuring a family who wanted to move to Wiltshire.


Back in 2023, the delightful Nicky Chapman and her team paid us a visit at River Bourne Community Farm to film a short piece for their TV programme featuring some of our animals and explaining a little bit about what we do here at the farm.


Nicky's fondness towards our animals was clear, particularly Stan the boar, who was very well behaved, and promptly sat down to enjoy a handful of apples. Our playful Pygmy goat kids also couldn't help having a jump around all over Nicky's beautiful dress!


Nicky's love of our farm went beyond just the animals and she very kindly shared her captured moments with us, and we've included some of her photos below.


If you missed the episode, you can still catch it on BBC iPlayer.

Series 23, Episode 37, and you'll spot our farm around the 23:45 mark. Don't miss the chance to see River Bourne Community Farm featured on national television!

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