Our Community Heritage Department has been delivering high quality community heritage, archaeology and history projects across the city since 2008.
Our mission statement is: " We love seeing people progress by helping them to have hands-on oportunities to experence local heritage"
If you have visited our site at Richards Road and think you have seen all that Heeley City Farm has to offer, then think again! Situated on the Brushes allotment site, a few miles away from the farm, is the hidden gem that is the Firth Park Community Allotment! The site was established in 2005 by Heeley City Farm and Firth Park Sure Start to help local families and their children learn to grow their own food; since then the allotment has evolved into an outdoor treasure trove comprising of an array of fruit trees and bushes, raised beds, seasonal crops, a poly tunnel, pond, wildlife areas and much, much more!
We have maintained our Community GREEN FLAG status for 5 years and in 2016 became proud winners of the Sheffield City Council BOLTON CUP for Best Community Allotment.
The 3rd Friday of every month we have a Heeley City Farm lottery draw.
Alternative Provision with Supported Learning
For learners who are 8 years old to 16 years old, the Heeley City Farm educational team is able to offer a wide range of activities as part of the Alternative Provision route.
Our site offers young people the opportunity to gain skills in developing independance and social interaction, through one off practical days, sensory experiences or regular programmes tailored to the needs of individuals or groups.
21st March 2018 - On May 11th and 12th we will be having our first Beer Festival. Join us between 5.30pm and 9pm on the Friday and between 2pm and 9pm (or until beer runs out) on the Saturday for a selection of beer.
For more info click here
Thursday 22nd March
Leek and Potato
Spring Vegetable Gratin
Vegan Cauliflower and Chickpea Curry