Greenmeadow Community Farm

Opening Hours, Admission Costs & How to Find Us

Covid-19 Update

Dear Friend of the Farm,

It is with sadness that we announce that we will be closed to the public from Monday 23rd March until further notice in line with government guidance on social distancing at this challenging and unprecedented time. Of course our dedicated team will ensure that the animals are safe and well throughout the closure.

We wish you and all your families the very best and we will aim to post regular images/videos of the animals to cheer you all up as much as possible! Stay safe and look after each other Heart

This link will take you to the Torfaen Covid-19 page where you can follow updates to all service areas:…/Home…/COVID-19-Coronavirus.aspx

Please be aware that we are also closed to ALL volunteering placements. We have provision in place to ensure our animals are well cared for and we ask for our volunteers to please heed current guidance and stay at home. We will greatly miss your help and enthusiasm but we know that the right thing to do is to ask you to stay away at this time.

All dates/events below now subject to Coronavirus guidance...please call to check before attending!

2020 Opening Hours

From 1st February to 23rd December Greenmeadow Community Farm is open Tuesday to Sunday during term time and 7 days a week during school holidays and bank holidays.  We are open from 10.00am - 5.00pm (Last admission at 4pm).  If you are thinking of visiting on a Monday, please check below.  For 2020 we are open:

  • 17th February - February Half Term
  • 6th April - Easter Holidays
  • 13th April - Easter Monday
  • 25th May - Spring Bank Holiday
  • 27th July - Summer Holidays
  • 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th & 31st August - Summer Holidays
  • 26th October - Halloween Half Term
  • 7th, 14th & 21st December

Please note that we close at 3.30pm on 31st October every year (last admission at 2.30pm) to prepare for our evening Halloween event.

Download a copy of the Avoiding infection on farm visits - advice for the public leaflet.

Download a copy of the useful information if you are visiting the farm with a baby or toddler leaflet.

Admission Costs

 Admission Costs
 DailyStandard Yearly Pass
Concession (age 65+, students) £5.40 £27.00
Child (age 2 - 16 inclusive) £5.40 £27.00
Adult £6.50 £32.50
Family (2 adults + 3 children) £23.50 £117.50

Free for Under 2's. Admission prices listed include tractor/trailer rides.

Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult when visiting the Farm.

Why not consider a yearly pass? Excellent value at just £117.50 for a family yearly pass, £32.50 Adult yearly pass, £27.00 Children/Concessions they last for 12 months, with unlimited admission during our normal opening hours. It is also possible to spread the payment for Yearly Passes over the year and pay by monthly direct debit.  Please note, yearly passes are only valid for named users and are not transferable.

Are you a child minder? If so please ask for details of our child minder pass.

Well-behaved dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead at all times and are not permitted in the cafe area (except guide dogs). Please ensure that you clean up after them, there are plenty of general waste bins around the site to dispose of your rubbish in a sealed bag.

Contact Us

Tel: 01633 647662 or Email:

How to Find Us

By Car - we are ideally situated, less than 5 miles from the M4. From the M4 take exit 26 heading towards Cwmbran on Malpas Road. From the roundabout at the top of Malpas Road, just follow the brown signs with the white sheep and they will bring you to us! For directions from all other locations, please click on the View Map button under our logo at the top right of this page and you can search for directions from any UK postcode. Our postcode for GPS purposes is NP44 3XQ.

We are delighted to offer you free parking in our on site car park - if it is full, we also have an overflow car park, signposted at the 2nd exit from the roundabout at the main entrance. If you are coming with friends why not car share to help the environment?

Bicycles are welcome and we encourage people to make use of public transport options:

Nearest train station - Cwmbran -
The train station is less than 2 miles from the Farm

On the buses -
Buses 5 and 6 from Cwmbran town centre stop just a few minutes walk from the Farm, please ask the driver where to disembark.

Local Taxi Firms
Gwent Cars - 01633 866665, Phoenix - 01633 485050, Twenty Four Seven - 01633 866666, Chauffeur - 01633 877877, Tiger - 01633 869869, A2B - 01633 866668


Last Modified on: 26-05-2020