Heeley City Farm

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Learning Disability Placements

Supported placements offer a variety of stimulating and interesting experiences 'tailor made' to individuals interests, support needs and abilities. Individuals can choose to concentrate on one main area or 'pick and mix' between areas and activities. Individuals work in small groups supported by experienced staff; all staff have enhanced DBS checks.

Safe Places

Sheffield Safe Places are a network of businesses and organisations dedicated to providing temporary safe refuge and assistance for adults who find themselves in difficult situations whilst out and about. The project supports adults in Sheffield to lead independent lives by creating a network of safe places in all areas of Sheffield. Adults who join the scheme and their families’ are reassured that help is available if it is needed.

Schools and Group Visits

Activities can be tailored to your group or curriculum. Try gardening, chicken keeping, tours and much more!

Whether for an hour or a day, we can provide a range of activities for all ages and abilities. Visit us at the farm and get close with our animals and hands on experience of day-to-day farm life. As well as the animals, the farm has a large kitchen and ornamental garden, polytunnels, and a heritage department.

Courses and Training

Here at Heeley City Farm we offer a variety of training courses, volunatary and work experience placements for people of all ages and abilities

VSP ... Young people can attend vocational placements as part of their education at Heeley City Farm. The vocational areas of work include Animal Care, Horticulture and conservation.

DBS (Formally CRB) Checks

Heeley City Farm is a registered umbrella body for Criminal Records checks through the Disclosure and Barring Service. This means that we process application forms on behalf of organisations who wish to check whether their employees or volunteers who work in regulated activities with children or vulnerable adults are suitable for the post.

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