Ouseburn Farm Charity Ltd
Ouseburn Farm is a registered charity located in the Lower Ouseburn Valley, just a mile from Newcastle city centre.
Ouseburn Farm aims to:
Provide an integrated setting where people with disabilities and the able-bodied can work together, in developing and running a farm project, which is of benefit to and widely used by the whole community.
Develop agricultural, horticultural and environmental skills of vulnerable adults, volunteers and members of the public through the livestock, growing and environmental projects based at the Farm.
Provide heritage, farm-based and environmental education for visiting school children and students.
Provide an information point for visitors to the Ouseburn Valley.
Demonstrate best practice in environmental construction and sustainability.
Weekdays: 9:30am - 4:30pm
Weekends: 10.30am - 4:30pm
Cafe opening times:
Weekdays: 10:00am - 3:30pm
Weekends: 10:30am - 3:30pm
Sheep (Jacob), goats (Anglo-Nubian), pigs (Tamworth), poultry (Cream legbar, Araucana, Dutch silver bantams), rabbits, guinea pigs
Take the metro to either Byker Metro/Manors Metro, walk towards Byker bridge and follow signs for the Ouseburn, walk down a steep bank (Byker bank) You will see a group of pubs at the bottom of the bank and the farm is the large wooden building with large iron gates.
The Quay link buses run to the end of the quayside and the farm is a short walk from there.