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Ouseburn Farm, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Ouseburn Farm is a community led project located in the Lower Ouseburn Valley, just a mile from Newcastle city centre.

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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  • Such a sweet little farm hidden in the outskirts of our city centre. It is beautifully planned out and looked after, with a few animals to see while you're there. Great for kids and adults too! No fee...  more »
  • Was lovely to see all of the animals, nice little cafe on site and reasonable prices too. Nice way to spend a couple hours out.  more »
  • Community farm and cafe. Very small, but cute. Very eco friendly especially to cafe/community building. Funded entirely by donations  more »