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Friends of Greenmeadow Community Farm

Friends of Greenmeadow Community Farm LogoThe Friends of Greenmeadow Community Farm are a charity established to fundraise and support Greenmeadow Community Farm. Our aim is to improve the farm whilst at the same time bringing the community together.

Throughout Greenmeadow Community Farm the charity plans to help, enhance and conserve the animals and their enclosures, along with helping to create a farm that educates and gives new opportunities to all people.

We would love to hear your ideas, for future projects and any improvements you would like to see at Greenmeadow Community Farm in order that we can maintain this popular, loved and much cherished local attraction.

If you would like to join the 'Friends of the Farm' please ask for more details by contacting us.

Email: friendsofgcf@gmail.com

Phone: 01633 647662 (main Farm number)

 

 

 

 

Forthcoming Events

Christmas at Cwmbran Centre

Date:
29/11/2018 - 24/12/2018
Description:
´╗┐This year, Cwmbran Centre customers can expect a festive period like never before. The Centre is being transformed into a unique magical winter wonderland which will play host to a whole range of festive fun for the whole family.

Knit and natter at Cwmbran Library

Date:
13/12/2018
Description:
Cwmbran Library's knit and natter group takes place every fortnight from 2pm until 4pm

Lego Club at Pontypool Library

Date:
13/12/2018
Description:
We bring the bricks, you bring the ideas! Free event for children aged 5-11.

Bobbin Along

Date:
13/12/2018
Description:
All abilities are welcome to join our friendly quilting and sewing group which meets fortnightly
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