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River Bourne Community Farm

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Cow Lane | Laverstock, Salisbury SP1 2AS, England
+44 1722 330667
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Lovely community asset though for those with an agricultural understanding they miss the mark to farm.

Good intro for the townies who have no understanding of agriculture, animal husbandry and its... read more

Reviewed 20 August 2015
MAW M
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Salisbury, United Kingdom
great farm

this is a great place to take the family, especially when they have entertaiment on, all the... read more

Reviewed 16 August 2015
missp310
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Salisbury, England, United Kingdom
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River Bourne Community Farm is based on land adjacent to Cow Lane in the village of Laverstock, Salisbury. Initially on 63 acres of land adjoining the River Bourne, the farm has developed into a sustainable working farm, supported by full-time staff and by volunteers.The farm is managed by The River Bourne Community Farm C.I.C. This is a 'Community Interest Company' designed specifically for those wishing to operate for the benefit of the community rather than for the benefit of the owners of the company.Education plays a large part of the farm, giving local educational establishments access to the day-to-day work of the farm whilst stressing sustainability and ecologically sound practices. A traditional herd of cattle, with sheep, pigs and hens is complimented by some crop planting. Fruit and vegetables are grown in our education field and polytunnel. Visitors are welcome to come and have a look around the farm and see all the animals including our very friendly goats and donkeys. We have a farm shop selling eggs from our chickens, pork and sausages from pigs reared on the farm, local honey and many other lovely treats! We also have a cafe where you can get refreshments, home-made cakes and light lunches and snacks. Check our website for events, workshops and other information.
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“small farm” (4 reviews)
“open farm” (3 reviews)
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Cow Lane | Laverstock, Salisbury SP1 2AS, England
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Reviewed 20 August 2015

Good intro for the townies who have no understanding of agriculture, animal husbandry and its position in the countryside. Periodical theme days are very well worth a visit.

Thank MAW M
Reviewed 16 August 2015

this is a great place to take the family, especially when they have entertaiment on, all the volenteers are great & very friendly. all the animals are well cared for

Thank missp310
Reviewed 12 August 2015

It is a small farm, with paddocks and also some large pens for goats, pigs and donkeys. We saw about 10 different kinds of farm animals, including very cute baby pigs and chicks. Friendly donkeys. This is not a big major activity to plan a...More

1  Thank alfredpa
Reviewed 30 June 2015 via mobile

We visited River Bourne Community Farm on a beautiful summers day. Friends had raved about the farm for years, but I hadn't got round to visiting. The farm is just on the outskirts of Salibury, in Laverstock. Parking is free and there is plenty of...More

Thank Sian H
Reviewed 30 June 2015

take a walk around this small community farm run by volunteers and meet the small collection of different animals. finish off with a drink and a piece of homemade cake

Thank M9005RMchrisc
Reviewed 7 June 2015

Went today for their open day as we were staying in Salisbury for the weekend, had a great time, well done everyone.. Loved looking at all the animals especially the baby calves and chicks. Won on the ferret race which was good fun cheering them...More

Thank Jayne W
Reviewed 24 May 2015 via mobile

I live locally and visit once a week with my toddler daughter who loves seeing all the animals. The eggs in the farm shop are by far the best in town. A great visit every time.

1  Thank tim h
Reviewed 30 April 2015 via mobile

This farm is a fantastic place to visit, entry is free and they regularly have family orientated events. My son particularly enjoys the river dipping and cream teas. You will not be disappointed, we will be visiting lots over the summer and support this community...More

1  Thank belle851
Reviewed 30 April 2015 via mobile

My 4yr old granddaughter loved the farm especially seeing the piglets running around after their mummy!!!

1  Thank Elaine J
Reviewed 30 April 2015

as a childminder I go at least once a week we have built up a great respect for all the hard work the people who work there do we know the names of all the animals and we have loved watching it get better and...More

1  Thank samlush1980
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