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CHRISTMAS OUTDOOR EVENT

xmas chickens

CHRISTMAS OUTDOOR
EVENT AT
ST JAMES CITY FARM
Free Entry
In Partnership With:
- Church of God of Prophecy
- St James Church
- Kingfisher Church Tredworth
- Barton Street Methodist Church

Bring your children in
nativity costume to
join in (costumes will also
be provided at the farm).
Christmas Songs

THURSDAY 21st December 2017 4pm

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Bottle feeding lambs!

Available very soon - a chance to bottle feed the orphan lambs. Ring 01452 305728 to book your space or pop in. £1 a go. Please do not take part if you think that you are pregnant or are breastfeeding!

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Meet Buttercup & Clover

Buttercup and Clover, are the two latest arrivals at St James City Farm . The ‘Dexter’ breed of cows are both girls and one is just over 6 months and the other 10 months old. Dexter cows are the smallest native breed of cattle in the UK and originate from Ireland. The ‘farm’ had one that lived for over twenty years and was due a replacement for some time but awaiting sponsorship, so fortunately Gloucestershire Young Farmers Association and local retired farmer Eric Farmer sponsored these friendly creatures.

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Farm Fun Day!

11-3pm
Saturday 28th May 2016
• Horse riding demonstrations
• owl flying demonstrations
• meet the hedgehogs of Tredworth
• pony rides
• sit in the fire engine
• bouncy castle
• information stalls
• plants sale
• cake sale
• milk the ‘cow’
• and lots more….

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'Milking Cow'

Thanks to Niks timber yard from Bristol Road, ( www.nickstimber.co.uk ) who are very kindly donating us some wood, volunteers from Network Wood group and the Fair Shares Art group will be making a life-size cow that will give children (and adults) to learn about milking cows. Watch this space for more information.

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New chicks arrived and Lambs due in anytime now!

We've had some new chicks born and anytime now should have some baby lambs that can be bottle fed...

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Bunnies galore!

There has been a big surprise for the volunteers with the unexpected arrival of 29 baby rabbits over the past few weeks.

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Approved British Horse Society Riding Centre status!

The riding school has just been awarded the approval of the British Horse Society, following a rigorous inspection process to ensure safety and welfare standards for both students and ponies are up to a high standard. Thank you to all our staff and volunteers who helped achieve this milestone achievement!

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Award for the 'Grow Up Gloucestershire' allotments group!

award to gardening group from St James City Farm

On Thursday the 1st October Gloucester City Homes (GCH) held its annual Garden Awards Ceremony.

The event, held at Kingsholm Stadium, celebrated the hard work and effort that residents put into maintaining their gardens across the City.

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Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service

Luke, Karen, Rich and Kate are among the 60+ volunteers involved in making the farm tick over, and they made their way to Buckingham Palace for the Queen’s Garden Party. The farm was selected to receive the prestigious Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service for the huge input of the volunteers.

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