40 Years of Kentish Town City Farm

Farm History

boy feeding calf

In 1972,  members of Inter-Action were renting a cottage and bungalow on land managed by Camden Council.  Their intention was to use the buildings as headquarters and living space while continuing their work in the local community.  Soon they realized that the site had enormous potential as a farm and riding school.

On this site, you can:  learn about their incredible journey from wasteland to farm, hear about life on the farm from children and adults, get more information about the riding program, and understand the challenges of running the farm.