Sutton Community Farm

Project Category: Community Business, Other and Social EnterpriseProject Tags: Biodiversity, Children & young people, Education, Gardens and Mental Health

  • Our Story

    Sutton Community Farm is a 7-acre community-owned farm in Wallington, south London. The farm grows vegetables according to organic principles and provide a shared space for the local community to cultivate skills. The farm generates a large proposition of its income through running a local VegBox scheme, distributing fruit and veg throughout south London and Surrey.

    The 4 main aims of Sutton Community Farm are to:

    – increase local food supply, grown sustainably;

    – create inclusive, shared spaces for the community to cultivate skills;

    – be community-led and not-for-profit;

    – achieve economic stability, supporting land-based employment.

    The farm is open for volunteers on Wednesdays, Thursday mornings, and either monthly or bi-monthly Saturdays. Volunteers are involved in all stages of crop production in addition to the prepping and packing of the VegBoxes which are delivered on a weekly basis.

    The farm also welcomes a wide range of volunteers, young people with learning disabilities, children and school groups, as well as corporate groups and general interest visitors.

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    40a Telegraph Track, Wallington