Funds boost for city farm.
Coventry City Farm, in Clarence Street, Hillfields, has been given pounds 3,000 by electricity provider npower, which will go towards running costs and maintenance.
The project, which includes a sensory garden, teaching areas and a farm shop, is open seven days a week, and receives more than 60,000 visitors annually.
Farm manager Pat Baldwin said: "We are absolutely delighted with the money npower has donated.
"It will really help with the day-to-day running of the farm."
Coventry City Farm is currently looking for mature volunteers with a love of animals or gardening to help out with general farm duties. Call 024 7622 5323.
TUCKING IN: The goats are fed by (from left) npower corporate charities officer Carol Hart, Kevin Bayliss, 10, Rebecca Smith, 10, and Glen Duggins, of Coventry City Farm
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|Publication:||Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)|
|Date:||Oct 13, 2003|
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