40 Years of Kentish Town City Farm


David Powell


Listen as one of the founders of the Farm recounts the story of its founding by Inter-Action.

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John Langan

John with pig

John has a long, rich history with Inter-Action and the Kentish Town City Farm that goes back to 1972. He has been the Farm’s stockman since 1983, and shares his unique – one might say definitive – perspective on the meaning and impact of the Farm on local people.

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Chris Heath

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Listen to Chis as he talks about growing up in Yorkshire, life as a young man in London, the squatter movement, being a parent in Camden and ultimately becoming the Education Officer at KTCF.  Chris shares his memories of the Farm and Kentish Town from the 80’s to now, and describes what has changed and what remains the same.

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Dave Bethell


Dave has been KTCF’s graphic designer, volunteer youth worker and vegetarian cook since 2005. He describes the friendly, chaotic and supportive community at the Farm and his experiences going camping with 48 teens. As a long time Kentish Town resident, he offers his insight on the importance of the Farm programs for local children & teens.

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Joe Tuckett

Joe TuckettJoe has been involved with the farm for most of his life – first as a child growing up near the farm, now as a member of the Board of Directors. He shares his childhood memories, talks about how the farm has benefited him personally and  comments on investing in the long term health of the farm and current funding challenges.

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Jenny Chalkwright

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Holly Probets


Holly shares her fond memories of “growing up” at the farm, taking care of the horses and making lifelong friends. She talks about how the farm is unique and why she thinks young people benefit from spending time here.

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Graham Bird


Graham offers his perspective as someone who grew up in the countryside, as a farm volunteer and as a parent.  Listen to him talk about how the farm benefits him, his family and the community.

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Glenn Parker

Glenn-Parker-new-150x150Glenn is an 18 year old who lives nearby and has been coming to the Farm for 10 years. He talks about the youth scene in the Queens Crescent area and explains the day-to-day of life at the farm today.

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Georgia Parker

gooseGeorgia is 11 years old and has been a volunteer at KTCF since she was 8. Listen to her as she talks about her love of animals and what she has learned by volunteering at the Farm.

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