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Gorse Hill City Farm

Anstey Lane
Leicester
Leicestershire
LE4 0FJ

Gorse Hill City Farm is a working farm with the opportunity to feed and touch the animals. There are play & picnic areas.

We can offer memberships, animal adoptions, volunteering form age 12+, work experience placements and OCR training in animal care.

Offering reasonable access for all. Meeting Room for hire. On site cafe No dogs except assistance dogs.

Education - The farm is a living classroom, we can tailor your educational visits.

Come and see our:

  • Sheep
  • Cattle
  • Pigs
  • Goats
  • Geese
  • Chickens
  • Rabbits
  • Guinea Pigs
  • Cats
  • Ponies
  • Ducks

    Rare Breeds:

  • sheep
  • cattle
  • pigs

    General Information:
  • Picnic area
  • Buttercup Hill Caf
  • Meeting Room for hire
  • Volunteers Welcome
  • Parking, level paths and disabled toilet facilities offer visitors access to most areas of the farm
  • No dogs except guide dogs.

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  • Directions

    On the Anstey Lane (B5327) next to English Martyrs School lay-by. Parking is available at the top of the single track road.
    The no.74 bus leaves from Charles Street next to the Hyamarket entrance and stops near the bottom of the farm track.

    Gorse Hill City Farm Postcode for SatNav: LE4 0FJ

    Contact

     
    Tel:
    +44 (0)116 253 7582
    Fax:
    +44 (0)1162 537 582
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