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Help us to build Firs Farm’s Inclusive Community Hub

Bringing our communities together for Health Education Recreation Biodiversity & Sport

‘Together we can do it’

Firs Farm is now a beautiful space which boasts an array of wildlife, is accessible with its wonderful new paths and is loved and widely used by the community for numerous activities:
football, walking, cycling, jogging, running, health & well-being, education, recreation, and wildlife.

To see some of the changes, please click here.

Our vision for the future is to bring together all the community in a safe, welcoming hub that embraces diversity.

It is vitally important that we provide spaces where people can get together and feel a part of their community. Firs farm Café will do just that.

Please hear what Gail has to say about this – Click here

You can support this project by making a donation to The Friends of Firs Farm 

HUGE thanks to everyone who has already contributed to this fantastic project and if you would like to get involved please get in touch  – TODAY.

Contact the Friends on 07956 537 974

Special thanks to the following and many more who have already contributed:

Groundforce for pledging £250 – December 2017

“Ground Force Contractors have more than 30 years’ experience within the Landscaping and Horticultural industry. Our specialism includes, Hard & Soft Landscaping, country estate management, equestrian facilities, grounds maintenance, sports ground services, small civil works and water features. No job is ever too small or too large.”

GBB for pledging £1000 – November 2017

Homecare Preferred  – Local N21 care in the home business – for pledging £250

Collins & Co removals. Thanks to Barry and his teams for their muscle and much needed and valued help in moving donated building materials to the site.  For reviews of this removal company please visit

Sainsburys for letting the Friends have space in the local store to gain the thoughts on this project from the community.

Enfield Council for pledging £2500

Esmee Fairbairn for pledging £3500

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