Tucked away on a 37-acre site in Stapleton, Elm Tree Farm is a small working farm and one of Bristol’s hidden treasures.
On our site, we breed a variety of livestock including cattle, lambs, pigs, and chickens. We also grow a wide range of produce including fruit, vegetables, herbs and flowers using organic horticultural methods, and our Splinters project produces a number of wooden products for the home and garden.
All our produce can be bought from our onsite farm shop which is open weekdays from 9.00am – 3.30pm, and at local markets including Bristol’s weekly Farmers’ Market on Corn Street. There is ample car parking at the Farm.
We’re also a thriving social enterprise and Care Farm, providing support and training to adults with learning disabilities and autism, and are part of Brandon Trust, a leading learning disability charity.
We are committed to protecting the people we support and our staff during the Coronavirus outbreak. We have had to temporarily close our farm shop and pause support sessions. If you are supported at Elm Tree Farm, we will stay in touch with you directly and keep you up to date.
We are selling a limited number of veggie boxes, plants and other items from the farm. Please keep an eye on our Facebook page for details.
Shop opening times
Sunday/bank holidays closed
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