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Swansea Community Farm

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Swansea Community Farm

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2 Pontardulais Road Fforestfach, Swansea SA5 4BA Wales
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The mythical west Wales tour.
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The mythical west Wales tour.

On this tour you are accompanied by a historian with a deep passion and knowledge of Wales. You will learn some Welsh, sample traditional Welsh food and learn about the ancient history and culture of Wales. Gareth, your guide is a fluent Welsh speaker and he will give you an insight into Wales that wouldn't be available with a standard tour operator. <br>The area we will visit is dotted with quaint old towns and picturesque villages which seem untouched by time. The South West is the home of Pembrokeshire coast national park, and is an area renowned for the beauty of its beaches and coastline. For the lovers of castles there many to discover with Carreg Cennen, Pembroke and Kidwelly being three of the most impressive.<br>An example of a tour could be a visit to the wonderfully preserved Norman Castle at Pembroke, then lunch in the beautiful medieval port of Tenby followed by a stop off in Laugharne, the former home of the poet Dylan Thomas.
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Alison wrote a review Jul 2019
Swansea, United Kingdom175 contributions23 helpful votes
Visited a few months ago for their regular produce fair and had a lovely time wandering around the stalls and visiting the animals. The chickens looked a bit unhappy and overcrowded on the day (I hope they were ok!) because they had all been moved into 1 pen for the fair, but all the other animals had loads of room to roam around and seemed very content, which was nice to see. We also enjoyed the educational signs around the farm showing what the animals and plants were, how to compost properly, etc. A nice little afternoon out.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Tessa11204 wrote a review Apr 2019
Swansea, United Kingdom17 contributions3 helpful votes
Lovely little community farm. Our son did volunteer work there in the summer and loved it. Great to bring the kids too to meet the animals. Produce is sold on site and parking available.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Ourfamilythoughts wrote a review Jul 2018
Neath, United Kingdom46 contributions13 helpful votes
Living near(ish) we had never visited before. We had a lovely morning, took our own picnic but there is limited snacks available to buy including made on site lollies and tea and coffee (very good prices) Some animals to see, a nature trail and a fab mud kitchen play area, a space to take some outdoor games as well. There were some nature find sheets as well which looked fun. We will definitely visit again to support this local community run by volunteers on a donation basis. Open Tuesday Thursday Saturday 10-4
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Moonstarme wrote a review May 2018
Swansea, United Kingdom58 contributions66 helpful votes
I visited this farm as I had never been here and was surprised to learn that it has been there for 20 years! There was a Black Sow and 6 piglets which were so cute, also sheep, chickens, geese, bees, donkeys, it is great for children and adults alike and is run purely by volunteers who were wonderful, so so helpful and inspiring. There is a small cafe which sell cakes biscuits tea coffee and cold drinks, a tea or coffee is only £1. They grow veg, fruit, and sell fresh eggs daily. It is free to enter (yes totally free to enter) but you can make a donation through various boxes around the entrance. If you haven't already been there put it on your list for this summer.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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adventurewoman wrote a review Jan 2018
Swansea, United Kingdom52 contributions80 helpful votes
A lovely place to visit with children and anyone interested in growing veg; it also has courses on bee keeping
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Date of experience: January 2018
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