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  • Adopt a chicken

    Ever fancied having your own chickens? Fresh eggs in the morning and some little feathered friends clucking around the place? Well now’s your chance! Elm Tree Farm is re-homing some slightly older birds, asking for a donation of just £1 …

  • New in stock – beetroot chutney

    New to the range of Elm Tree Farm produce, our delicious beetroot chutney is now available from our Farm shop and at our stall at St Nicholas Farmers market every Wednesday. It’s tasty and tangy and is a beautiful shade …

  • Kitchen project

    Last year Elm Tree Farm was lucky enough to receive a grant from Bristol Green Capital funds to refurbish the kitchen in the farmhouse, with the aim of using the surplus we produce on the farm by turning it into …

  • Handcrafted from wood

    Splinters produce a wide range of handcrafted goods in the workshop onsite, often from recycled wood. Bug hotels, bird boxes and feeders are just a few of the products available, so as the winter months continue, why not give our …

  • 2015 trees

    A team from Alec French Architects set themselves a tough challenge for Bristol’s year as Green Capital 2015 – to plant 2015 trees at various sites around Bristol. We were lucky enough to host their final project in December, and …

  • We’re now taking orders for pork and lamb boxes

    We’re now taking orders for our fantastic value, locally reared pork and lamb boxes. The lambs are outdoor, grass fed and the pigs are outdoor reared. Each box has a selection of cuts, which roughly equates to a quarter of …

  • Developing our future vision

    In December 2015, and carried out as part of their studies towards their degree qualification, a group of architecture students from the University of the West of England gave us a fantastic presentation of their vision for developing the Farm. …

  • Happy Christmas!

    Here at Elm Tree Farm we’re planning for the winter months, but that doesn’t mean we get to put our feet up! Our market garden team is busy working in the polytunnels, growing winter salads and cropping the seasonal produce …