Deen City Farm

Phone: 02085435300
Address: 39 Windsor Avenue
SW19 2RR

Deen City Farm is an urban farm with an educational focus in the heart of the London Borough of Merton. We teach the local community about the rural environment and where their food comes from. We have an active Volunteering programme as well as a Riding School offering affordable lessons to the local community.

We are a registered charity (no. 1008028), supported by Merton Council, and rely upon donations from visitors and the local community to help us carry out our work. We play host to a huge range of activities and events; providing educational visits to schools, riding lessons for people of all levels, holiday schemes working in the farm yard and much more!

Facilities: Volunteering, Community space for hire, Picnic area, Mobile farm, Holiday activities
Open to the public? Yes
Open to the public - details: During opening times
Opening hours:

10:00 - 16:30 Tuesday to Sunday and some Bank Holidays. Last admission is at 16:00
At the moment booking is recommended due to limited capacity.

Accessible? Yes
Has livestock? Yes
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


Traveling by Bus
The 200 Bus runs from Raynes Park via Wimbledon Station (BR), Queens Rd, Haydons Rd, Colliers Wood & Phipps Bridge, Mitcham.

A short walk along Homefield Gardens will bring you to a footbridge (over the River Wandle) in Phipps Bridge Road and you are at the Farm.

The 93 Bus connects Putney & Wimbledon with Morden & Sutton. You should get off at the Princess of Wales pub and go under the subway by the tramlink stop. Walk straight ahead through the industrial estate and turn right at the end of the road heading towards the footpath next to the Sunlight Laundry. Walk down the footpath, past the riding arena to the Farm Entrance on your right hand side. It is about a 15 minute walk.

Traveling by Car
There is access by car to Windsor Avenue from either Liberty Avenue or Jubilee Way. We have a small visitors car park at the bottom of the farm gate, which is accessible during opening hours. Please be aware that there is only limited parking available; during busy times such as school holidays and weekends we would advise travelling to the farm through other methods where possible.

LIBERTY AVENUE: If you are accessing the farm from Liberty Avenue, our driveway is on the left, just before the width restrictions (7ft wide).

JUBILEE WAY: If you are accessing the farm from Jubilee Way, go past all the DIY stores. When the roads bends sharply to the right, there is a turning for Windsor Avenue on your left. It will seem like you are going straight on. Our driveway is on the right, just after the width restriction.

Traveling by Tram
The Tramlink runs from Beckenham Junction or Addington Village to Wimbledon via Croydon.

There are two stops, Morden Road and Phipps Bridge, on either side of the farm, both roughly a 10 minute walk from the farm entrance.

MORDEN ROAD: On leaving the tram stop, head through the underpass and walk down Lombard road. Turn right on to Deer Park Road. You’ll see an alleyway directly between the laundry and the police station. Follow this and you’ll come out right next to the Farm’s entrance.

PHIPPS BRIDGE: On leaving the tram stop, head towards and turn left onto Phipps Bridge Road. Follow Phipps Bridge road north all the way past the allotments on your left. Stay to the left on Phipps Bridge Road until you come across a footbridge crossing the River Wandle. On the other side of the bridge to your left is the Farm’s entrance.

Traveling by Tube
Colliers Wood and South Wimbledon (Zone 3) on the Northern Line are within walking distance.

It will take you about 20 minutes from either tube station, but the walk from Sainsburys (near Colliers Wood), following the river bank, all the way up to the farm, is pleasant and takes you past Merton Abbey Mills. Morden station (Northern Line, Zone 4) is a slightly longer walk, but will take you through the grounds of Morden Hall Park.