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Ouseburn Farm, Newcastle upon Tyne
Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
Ouseburn Farm is a community led project located in the Lower Ouseburn Valley, just a mile from Newcastle city centre.Use our Newcastle upon Tyne trip itinerary maker to arrange your visit to Ouseburn Farm and other attractions in Newcastle upon Tyne.
Ouseburn Farm aims to
Provide an integrated setting where people with disabilities and the able-bodied can work together, in developing and running a farm project, which is of benefit to and widely used by the whole community.
Develop agricultural, horticultural and environmental skills of vulnerable adults, volunteers and members of the public through the livestock, growing and environmental projects based at the Farm.
Provide heritage, farm-based and environmental education for visiting school children and students.
Provide an information point for visitors to the Ouseburn Valley.
Demonstrate best practice in environmental construction and sustainability.
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Stumbled upon this lovely small city farm. All enjoyed stroking and feeding the animals - sheep, cows, goats, pigs, rabbits etc. Also on site, fish, reptiles and chickens / ducks. This is a nice way t... read more »
The staff let this place down, it's hidden away in the Ouseburn valley on the outskirts of the city centre. There's pigs, goats, sheep and rabbits to see. The staff seem reluctant to allow the public ... read more »
a lovely little farm perfect for an hour out with the kids even if your in necastle and you need to let them run of steam after or before its perfect
Really lovely little community farm and petting zoo. Free admission. Great garden area with lots of vegetables growing and a number of animals for the kids to look at. Cafe on site is a bit pricey but considering access is free it's understandable.
Fantastic small farm down the Ouseburn for the family to visit with a decent cafe. Also a nice alternative to soft play for children's parties.
Community driven petting zoo and farming practice. This is quite unusual in a city and that's why you need to go and check it out. It's a charity and could use all the help it can get. Plus it has Guinea pigs............ Everyone loves Guinea Pigs.
i love visiting this place to stroke the goats and watch the guinea pigs and rabbits. They've even got some tortoises, chinchillas and small rodents. Definitely worth a visit.
Another free farm to take the kids with plenty of interesting plants and animals
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