Deen City Farm is an educational resource and community project based on a five acre site of National Trust land at Morden Hall Park. As well as providing a small example of a working farm and garden, it is also home to a British Horse Society approved riding school. the farmyard, stables and gardens are also host to very popular and successful volunteer and work experience programmes. The project aims to teach care of all animals and respect for the environment through accessible and supportive activities, such as school visits, holiday play schemes, workshops, parent & toddler groups and many more.
Facilities: Cafe, Volunteering, Shop, Community space for hire, Picnic area, Play activities, Incubator for schools, Holiday activities, Sustainable/Green building on site
Open to the public?Yes
Open to the public - details: During opening times
10.00 am - 4.30 pm, Tuesday - Sunday open Bank Holiday Mondays. All groups wanting farm tours must pre-book.
Details of livestock and rare breeds kept:
Horses and ponies, cattle (Irish Moiled, British White), pigs (Gloucester Old Spot, Oxford Sandy and Black), goats (British Alpine), poultry (Rhode Island Red, Silver Spangle Hambergs, Buff Orpington, Silkie, Light Sussex), sheep (Poll Dorset, Texel), geese (Toulouse), ducks (Saxony, Call Ducks), aviary (various finches and song birds), rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs, fancy rats
Tube: Colliers Wood (Northern) then walk or No. 200 bus OR Wimbledon (District) then No. 200 bus.
Rail: Wimbledon (Southern region) then No. 200 bus.
Buses: No. 200 from Streatham/ Wimbledon, stopping in Haslemere Ave. No.118,127, 219, 270 and 280 to Mitcham Cricket Green, then No. 200.
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