You can find plenty of information about Deen City Farm & Riding School by taking a look at What We Offer.
What goes on at the farm?
Please note that we have a slightly different offering to normal in order to adhere to government guidelines.
Feeding The Animals
Animal feed is on sale from the front gate to feed the Goats, Sheep and Alpaca.
£1 per bag
Meeting the Animals
Exclusive Animal Handling Experience, choose from a variety of small animals to create your own personal visit.
£25 per group for half an hour, groups should be no more than five people in line with government guidelines.
Our Riding School
Learn more about our BHS Approved Riding School here
During School Holidays
During the school holidays we’ll often aim to put on extra activities! We work to the Merton mainstream school timetables, as can be found on the Merton.gov website. If in doubt, it’s worth double checking our Facebook page as we’ll often update there with the timetables for our activities!
Our play and picnic area
We cannot wait to reopen our playground but before we can we need to get it resurfaced!
We are excited to announce that the resurfacing will take place in November, and we are scheduled to reopen in December. Thank you so much if you have donated to help make this happen.
It is costing 23k to resurface the space with a long-lasting wet pour solution which will provide a very safe ground for children to play on! If you wish to find our more and donate to the project, please visit our JustGiving fundraising page.
Thank you so much for your continued support and patience!
For information on special events going on at Deen City Farm & Riding School please check out out front page and What’s On, and keep an eye on our Twitter and Facebook page for announcements!
Our local area
A brief walk from the farm and you can quickly find yourself at Morden Hall Park, owned by the National Trust. If you choose to wander in the other direction, downstream on the Wandle from the farm you can find Merton Abbey Mills.