Heeley City Farm

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Health and Safety

The following steps will help make your visit safe and reduce the risk of an E-Coli infection:

  • Ensure that hands are washed after touching fences, tools or any surfaces which may have come in contact with animals, manure or soil  and touching or feeding animals
  • Do not eat or chew outside of eating areas on the farm
  • Make sure that any cuts or grazes on hands are covered with a waterproof dressing
  • Ensure that sturdy foot wear is worn, that can be cleaned (shallow footbaths are situated outside of the stables) or changed on leaving the animal areas
  • Do not kiss the animals
  • Do not eat the animal food
  • Do not put your fingers in your mouth i.e. biting finger nails, sucking thumbs
  • Do not touch or tread in animal faeces, wash shoes and hands if you have come into contact with faeces
  • If after visiting the farm you became ill (sickness or diarrhoea) contact your doctor. 
News
***Help Heeley City Farm by donating, visit our JustGiving page to donate. Even the smallest amount can help the work we do to continue! For more info on how people can help the Farm go to our Donate Page***

*** We now have an Amazon Wishlist where you can buy things that the Farm needs for us as a way of donating***

15th February 2019 - Who caught the Farm on BBC Radio 4's Farming Today this morning? If not we've got you covered, click on the link to hear Sue, Sarah and one of our learners talk about the Farm and our young persons provisions. Click Here to listen. We start at around the 45sec mark.

The Farm Kitchen

Thursday 21st February

  • Soup

    Tomato and Lentil

  • Mains

    Butternut Squash and Sweet Potato Pasta Bake

  • Potatoes

    Herby