Horton Community Farm is 2 acre, urban green space run by local people where we are creating an inspirational permaculture centre for food growing and community resilience. We do this through 5 main strands of work; forest school, horticultural therapy, wildlife, food growing and volunteering.

We run programmes of activities for sanctuary seekers, families with 0-3’s, people with mental health problems and kids on free school meals.

We are also preserving the large urban allotment site, where we are based, as a whole so individuals can have their own little portion of paradise.

We are established as a cooperative organisation and registered as a limited company. We operate as a not-for-profit social enterprise meaning any profit we do generate is invested back into the project.