A quiet place in the city

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Building a new shelter at St Werburghs City Farm
Building a new shelter at St Werburghs City Farm

St Werburghs City Farm provides education for young people not in mainstream education.

Givers:

Jo Denman, from the Denman Charitable Trust said “It has been so inspiring to see and hear about the work they do. The huge range of local people that benefit from the Farm is impressive and we are delighted to have been able to support its work from our fund. We have worked closely with QCF to identify groups working in the areas we care about”.

It has been so inspiring to see and hear about the work they do. The huge range of local people that benefit from the Farm is impressive and we are delighted to have been able to support its work from our fund. We have worked closely with QCF to identify groups working in the areas we care about

-Jo Denman Denman Charitable Trust
Family fun at the Farm
Jo Denman from the Denman Charitable Trust

Service

QCF has helped the Denman Charitable Trust channel funding to St Werburghs City Farm to support its work with young people.

Receivers

St Werburghs City Farm has been making a difference to the lives of people since 1981. It is a green oasis in the heart of Bristol. In addition to supporting young people, the Farm delivers training for adults with learning difficulties, hosts play activities for children, provides volunteering opportunities for local people, runs educational trips and so much more.

Output:

A grant of £2,000 towards the farm’s educational projects.

Outcome:

“My passion has always been to work with animals and being here has given me so much confidence and the experience of meeting new people. I am much fitter now and mentally at one with nature.”