Horton Community Farm is an amazing urban green space at Cecil Avenue Allotments in Great Horton, Bradford. You’ll be surprised at all the food growing and nature smack-bang in the middle of the terraced streets. We run outdoor play sessions and horticultural therapy programmes. These are aimed at families on a low income, asylum seekers and refugees (Sanctuary Seekers) and people with disabilities. For the most up to date info, see our Facebook page and do not hesitate to contact us to find out more.

Get involved through volunteering or one of our free programmes! Covid-safe.

We are welcoming people to the farm with measures in place to provide an enjoyable and Covid-safe, outdoors experience.

We have a number of volunteer placements available on Wednesdays and Fridays.

For learning to pace yourself with nature connection and food growing we have Mindfulness Garden sessions for the over 50s and carers of any age. Email mindfulness@hcf.org.uk to register your interest and be informed when places become available.

If you have 0-3-year-olds and want some fun outdoor activities to get involved in see our Growing Together programme.

We hope you are coping well with all of the changes and uncertainty. Stay connected to nature as best you can and remember you are not alone.

Best wishes from the Horton Community Farm team, Charlie, Jonathan, Maryam and Laura.