A friendly farm and environmental visitor centre in the heart of Sheffield, Heeley, South Yorkshire.

Come and meet our friendly animals, play in our under 8's playground, enjoy fresh, home cooked meals in our Café, The Farm Kitchen or stock up on plants from our peat-free Garden Centre and there are always lots of events and activities happening.

You can also do all your recycling in our Community Recycling Centre!


Can you help out the Farm? You can donate to the farm via our JustGiving Page

The Farm is free entry!

HELP HEELEY CITY FARM

You can help HCF by donating to he charity via our JustGiving Page!

Or by buying something for the Farm from our Amazon Wishlist

HCF NEWS FLASH

Monday 4th November - We have a volunteer opportunity in the cafe! We are looking for someone/people to help out in the cafe, washing the pots on a Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
This is a volunteer role can volunteer for one of the days or all four. Whatever time you can spare. You will receive a free lunch on the days that you are in the cafe.
If you are interested contact Alison, the Cafe Manager, on [email protected] or phone the cafe on 0114 258 0244

On at THE FARM KITCHEN

Thursday 14th November

Soup

Red Lentil and Tomato


Mains

Feta, Potato and Spinach Bake


Vegan Cauliflower and Potato Curry


Roast Potatoes

Salt and Pepper

As well as a visitors centre the Farm does lots in the community, some of the projects we run include the following;

And don't forget to check out all the events that are coming up  

As a charity we rely on the generosity of the public and visitors to the Farm.

We receive no core funding to help the Farm run, which is why donations are so important to the Farm.

Around the Farm you will find little purple donation boxes, if every visitor donated just £2 each it would help the Farm run and continue to do the work we do.

You can also donate by going to our JustGiving page


Our Mission Statement

Heeley City Farm identifies, confronts and addresses the problems of poverty, inequality, prejudice and lack of opportunity in our inner city community by supporting and promoting community regeneration and self help within environmentally friendly and self-sustaining systems, using the background of a mini farm, community gardens and related resources.