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Heeley City Farm Festival


Our FREE community festival

is back this summer! 



Gumbo FM

20ft Squid Blue's Band



Jim Burke Band


Family Entertainment

Rides and Fairground activities 

Craft stalls and Local Makers 

Street food 

Local beer and a licenced bar

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Farming Comes To You

Dates and times to be arranged to suit

Have the animals from the farm in your setting!

FCTY is a project by Heeley City Farm which has been running since 2015 were we bring the animals into care and community settings so that people can engage with animals for Animal Assisted Therapy, something that people might not be able to do. 

For more information contact Lee on

Dementia Friendly Farm Visits

Dates and times to be arranged to suit

Come to see the Farm and have a tour for a person living with dementia and their carer/supporter.

We are offering people living with dementia and their carers/supporters to come down to the farm and have a tour around the site and the animals in a relaxing, stress free environment

For more information contact Lee on

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FTD Carers Group

On the second Tuesday of every month Heeley City Farm's Dementia Department hold a Carers Group for people caring for someone with Frontotemporal Dementia (formerly Pick's Disease). This is a confidential but informal space where people living in the dementia world can vent, chat to others about what they are going through and, in-turn, help people who might have queries of their own. The group is growing by the month with new faces each time. This is a great space to learn about FTD from the people who are living it in every day life. The people who know. The group is run by the Dementia Manager, Lee Pearse, with the help of his brother, Andrew Pearse, who both cared for their mother, Valerie, who had FTD for over 12 years. Lee and Andrew know how speaking to people who know what you are talking about can bring a sense of relief that you are not the only ones going through it and that is what they hope people get from the group, a social element that carers often miss whilst caring for someone whilst getting support from their peers.

For more information contact Lee on or Andrew on or call 0114 258 0482

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Dementia Friendly Farm Days

Following Covid-19 guidelines we are offering people living with dementia and their carers a variety of activities on the Farm.

Each session with have a different activity based either in The Valerie Garden or in South Yorkshire Energy Centre (weather depending).


Spaces are limited so spaces must be booked in advance, please do not just turn up. Book a space by emailing

Corporate Activity Days

Does your organisation need a break from your everyday work environment?


The Farm's Corporate Activity Days are a great opportunity for team building days and away days from the office/the normal work place and you will be helping out a local charity whilst you are doing it.


We can offer a wide range of hands on practical activities to group of 10 - 20 adults. You can get experience in a range of tasks including Woodwork, Horticulture tasks, constructions, dry stone walling, gate hanging, painting, harvesting amongst others.


Get out of the office and get hands on!!


For more information on the activities, prices or to book a place contact Julie Blacker on or phone 0114 258 0482


We have already held Corporate Days for HSBC, Amey, Santander, University of Sheffield Medical Department amongst others


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