Angelica’s Rainbow (AR) is a Norwich based not-for-profit social enterprise, created from a passion to enable second chances and opportunities for animals and humans alike. Our animal encounters aid development of social and practical skills whilst reducing poor mental health and empowering community.
Facilities: Volunteering, Shop, Picnic area, Community recycling/composting, Mobile farm, Play activities, Holiday activities, Wildlife area, Sustainable/Green building on site
Open to the public?No
Open to the public - details:
Details of livestock and rare breeds kept:
Sheep, a shetland pony, rabbits, guinea pigs, and reptiles
Friday, January 1, 2021 - 09:00 to Friday, March 31, 2023 - 17:00
Training and networking for care farmers
A programme of national and regional events offered by the Growing Care Farming project. The programme includes regular themed webinars, network meetings, training courses and launch events for those working...
What: A chance for SF&G members - particularly new members - to gather virtually, build connections and share support ideas in a safe, encouraging environment.
Who: Any SF&G member
When:Tuesday 1st June, 16:00 - 17:00,...
Help your community shake off the lockdown blues by taking part in our first ever UK-wide Have a Grow Day!
HAGD is suitable for all SF&G members to take part in - whether you’re a community garden, city farm, CSA scheme or care farm, or...
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Growing Back Stronger: the Community Growing Sector and a Healthier, Greener and Fairer Scotland
SF&G Scotland have launched a new report that examines the state of the sector a year into the COVID-19 pandemic.
The community growing sector’s...
A Glasgow University study on community gardens in the city, including three Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens (FCFCG) members, has outlined their positive effect on individuals and communities.
Glasgow’s Community Gardens: Sustainable...
Wales ‘grows for it’ with £130,000 investment in more allotments - Welsh Allotment Regeneration Initiative
A new support package designed to increase allotments in areas of Wales where they most needed has been announced today by Social Farms...
London culture magazine 'Huck' has its finger on the pulse for community matters in London. This month they interviewed Social Farms & Gardens for their article 'Force of nature: the battle to save London’s green spaces'.
Writer Jessica Furseth...