Greenmeadow Community Farm

Phone: 01633 647 662
Address: Greenforge Way
NP44 5AJ

A 150 acre working farm with a wide range of pedigree and rare animals, kitchen garden, shop and cafe. The farm works closely with the local community, welcomes visitors and offers educational programmes for schools and groups. Please see their website for more detailed information.

Facilities: Cafe, Volunteering, Shop, Community space for hire, Picnic area, Play area, Holiday activities, Wildlife area
Open to the public? Yes
Open to the public: During opening times
Opening hours:

April-October 10am - 6.00pm last admission at 5.00pm November - March 10am - 4.30pm last admission at 3.30pm. Free for Under 2's. Closed from 23 Dec. - 1st February.

Accessible? Yes
Toilets? Yes
Livestock?: Yes
Details of livestock and rare breeds kept:

Pigs (Welsh, Berkshire, Middlewhite), sheep (Balwen, Jacob, Badger faced, Texel Ram), cows (Friesian Holstein, Highland, Irish Moiled, Welsh Black), goats (Anglo Nubian), alpacas, bees, ducks, chickens, rabbits, guinea pigs, donkeys, ponies (Shetland), horse (Shire), chinchillas, tortoises, ferrets

Directions:

By car - less than 5 miles from the M4. From the M4 take exit 26 heading towards Cwmbran on Malpas Road. From the roundabout at the top of Malpas Road, just follow the brown signs with the white sheep and they will bring you to us! Our postcode fro GPS purposes is NP44 5AJ.We are delighted to offer you free parking in our on site Train:- Cwmbran www.arrivatrainswales.co.ukThe train station is less than 2 miles from the farm.
Bus:- www.stagecoachbus.com Buses 5 & 6 from Cwmbran town centre stop just a few minutes walk from the farm, please ask the driver where to disembark.
Local Taxi Firms: Gwent Cars - 01633 866665, Phoenix - 01633 485050, Twenty Four Seven - 01633 866666, Chauffeur - 01633 877877, Tiger - 01633 869869, A2B - 16033 866668.