News

  • ‘Meet the Farmers’ podcast offers insight into farm life

    Recently we were visited by Ben Eagle, an environmental and agricultural writer for Thinkingcountry; a platform that engages with big and small issues related to food, farming, conservation, nature and countryside. Meet the Farmers ‘Meet the Farmers’ is a new …

  • New range of Christmas products for sale

    Now that the Christmas season is upon us we’ve channelled our efforts and are going full throttle in preparation, turning the whole farm into a hive of activity. Christmas decorations and gifts Splinters workshop has been busy making festive items …

  • Gearing up for Bonfire Night party

    After the success of our last event, Open Farm Sunday, we’ve been asked many times if we’re going to hold any more events. Events are something we want to build on so we can engage with the local community and …

  • 5 star rating for Elm Tree Farm Shop

    Last week a food safety officer visited the Farm shop for a spot check and we’re really proud to announce that we got top marks with a 5 star rating! But if truth be told, we can’t take all the …

  • Summer fun for youngsters at holiday club

    Everyone’s having a great time at the Farm holiday club this summer! We’ve made scarecrows, cobwebs, mosaics, bug hotels and, of course, taken good care of the animals and flowers. Lewis’ first holiday club Lewis Perry has cerebal palsy and …

  • Conservation grazing at Stoke Park Estate

    If you’re local to Stapleton you may have noticed fencing works around the field along which Heath House Lane runs. This work is being carried out by Bristol City Council (BCC) who’ve been busily making the field ready for cattle. …

  • Volunteering at the Farm

    Like many charities, the Farm is always looking for volunteers to help us develop and grow, helping us not only to become a thriving social enterprise, but also to provide wider opportunities and experiences for the people we support. Over …

  • Sale on bedding plants and hanging baskets

    Summer is now officially upon us so we’re having a sort out in the plant nursery. We’re reducing stock in order to make way for our ever-growing range of perennial plants. All six packs of annual bedding plants are now …