Windmill Hill City Farm

A place where people grow

Windmill Hill City Farm is a charity that provides recreation, education and therapy using food, farming and the environment as a theme.

138 GoodGymers have supported Windmill Hill City Farm with 170 tasks.


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Upcoming sessions
Friday Farm Frolics

Friday 12th August 20227:00am - 7:45am

Friday Farm Frolics

Friday 19th August 20227:00am - 7:45am

Friday Farm Frolics

Friday 26th August 20227:00am - 7:45am

Friday Farm Frolics

Friday 2nd September 20227:00am - 7:45am


Previous sessions

Farm Fridays!

Friday 5th August

Written by Jade Cahill

GoodGymers met on a sunny Friday morning at Windmill Hill City Farm. Todays task consisted of weeding around a path and making it clearer for the public. Was lovely talking to everyone whilst doing some good. Have a lovely weekend everyone :)

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Weeding, chatting, coffee-drinking morning

Friday 29th July

Written by Melanie Young (she/her)

A great start to Friday and so glad I’ve changed my work hours to be able to join in some Fridays!

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Farm Fridays!

Friday 10th June

Written by Jade Cahill

Four GoodGymers met at Windmill Hill City Farm on a lovely sunny Friday. Todays task consisted of sweeping leaves and weeding around the middle paddock. It was lovely seeing everyone, have a good weekend!

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Great British Scrape Off - We(e) did it

Saturday 30th April

Written by Bristol runner

Another lovely mission at the Hartcliffe City Farm! This time we help freeing the soon-to-be outdoor seating area from weeds. This demanded a lot off arm strength as we scraped off the grass and weeds to reveal the stone work underneath. Next month, the farm will open to the public and we hope to be back before to help getting it ready and shiny for its first visitors.

Great job everyone! Sarah

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You’ve got to be kidding me!

Friday 22nd April

Written by Jade Cahill

GoodGymers met on a Friday morning at Windmill Hill City farm to help out.

Todays task consisted of weeding around the middle paddock where the goats and kids kept us company!

It was lovely seeing everyone whilst doing some good :)

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Tyresome work but in hay spirits nonetheless

Saturday 26th March

Written by Bristol runner

On our second visit at Hartcliffe city farm we continued mucking out the massive barn. As a warm-up for our shoulders and arms, we rolled some heavy (!) truck tyres into a field behind the barn. This proofed to be quite a tricky but fun activity turning the task into a tyre relay race. Shoveling sheep sh** was slightly less exciting but we were all chaffed we actually managed to finish it all and the barn is now ready for a new exciting purpose (rumor has it might turn into a climbing gym (for little ones that is).

Looking forward to being back at the farm soon!

Great job everyone, Sarah

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