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Took my daughter to Hackney city farm recently and I have to say I was somewhat disappointed in it. I have been to several of the city farms around the east end and we have all enjoyed our time at them.
This occasion was somewhat...More
It was a lovely Sunday morning, the sun was shining, the birds were signing but the chicken did not sing off the same hymn sheet.
I was quite surprised to receive a suboptimal emotional connection with the chicken, I thought we got off to a...More
This is a tiny factory situated right in the beginning of Haggerston park, where you can have a walk afterword. There are fields to play tennis or football.
The factory anyway doesn't have so many animals but it's a good place to introduce your kids...More
Visited the place with my partner and 2 year old kid on a crisp sunny winter day, and found it to be an awesome day out. Lovely to see some animals out and even feed them, was definitely worth it and would recommend to anyone...More
The food is good, the staff is nice but the place is not well take care of, is not cause is rustic that should be falling apart or look like a place where people put furniture that they don’t want anymore, the place has a...More
We visit every few weeks - especially in spring it is nice to see baby goats, baby sheep and chickens. Kids definitely enjoy it. The new highlight nowadays is the growing pig family.
As with every farm - this one even run by volunteers -...More
I understand space is at a premium in the city but it is not acceptable to have the stench of old manure reeking out of every corner. Went there out of curiosity with the children, we walked in and walked out after 5 minutes. It’s...More
I totally understand that this is run on a budget but the way they run this is a shambles, unsafe and inconsiderate to more serious users.
I make ceramics regularly and have taught ceramics on several occassions. I popped in one week during march in...More