Spring Dig!

Sunday 14th April – 1pm-4pm

Join us at the farm on Sunday 14th April for our annual Spring Dig event! We’re getting into the swing of the season with springtime crafts, activities and games for all ages. We’ll be serving drinks (hot and cold, for all outdoor temperatures!), and there will be the chance to meet our lovely goats, lambs, chickens, rabbits and guinea pigs. We can’t wait – see you there!

This is a free event and there’s no need to register, but if you have any questions please email us at farm@oasiswaterloo.org

Open Days

Sunday 17th March, 1-4pm

Join us at the farm for the first of our spring open days this March! Come along to meet the animals, check out what’s growing, or relax in our garden with a picnic. This is a free event, and all are welcome. There’s no need to book but if you have any questions, get in touch with us at farm@oasiswaterloo.org.

P.S. Save the date for our big Spring Dig event on Sunday 14th April! We’ve got lots of exciting plans, with announcements soon to follow…

Christmas Fayre

It’s that time again…

2nd December, 1pm – 5pm, Oasis Farm Waterloo

You’re invited to join us for our annual Christmas Fayre! We’re filling the barn with twinkly lights, Christmas market stalls and hot chocolate to kick off the Christmas Season. Everyone is welcome to meet our animals, join in craft workshops, play Christmas games (and win prizes) and sit by our fire toasting marshmallows. If you look really hard, you might even find a special guest in a big red suit!

No need to book, this event is free and drop in. There will be costs involved with some activities and refreshments as well as opportunities to donate to the work of the farm and the Oasis Hub Waterloo. Entry, craft activities, games and meeting the animals will all be free.

For more info email farm@oasiswaterloo.org

Harvest Festival

22nd October 2023, 1pm – 5pm, All Welcome

Harvest is one of the best times on the farm. We’re inviting you all along to join us in craft workshops (pumpkin carving and autumn crown making), warm drinks (mulled apple juice, cider & more), fireside storytelling and more!

We’re also using this opportunity to collect goods for the Waterloo Foodbank who are preparing to support the most vulnerable in our community through Winter.

Our pumpkin carving workshops are all full up but click the link below to book your place in the candle making workshops run by bees and refugees, there’s no need to register to attend the event in general.

We’ll be updating this page as we lock in our plans but for now get the date in your diary!

It’s free to attend, though there is a small cost associated with the pumpkin carving workshops. Invite all your friends and join us for the most wholesome event this side of your Nan’s crochet club!

The Waterloo Foodbank are Currently asking for the following, any of them would be great donations at the Festival:

THEY NEED

  • SHAMPOO
  • INSTANT COFFEE
  • CUSTARD (TINNED)
  • SANITARY TOWELS
  • JAM
  • TINNED FISH
  • COOKING OIL
  • TINNED FRUIT
  • INCONTINENCE PADS

THEY’VE GOT PLENTY OF

  • PASTA
  • TAMPONS
  • TEA

April Volunteering Day

NB: This volunteering day is currently at capacity, watch this space for the release of May’s Date.

Our next open volunteering session will be on Saturday April 1st (we promise!), 11am – 3pm. We’ll be cleaning out the animal pens, turning good compost into beds ready for planting, tidying up odds and ends and speculating on how much bigger it’s possible for the pigs to get!

We’ll hand out jobs on the day depending on interest and ability. There will be time to meet the animals meet new people. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. No prior skills required, make sure you wrap up warm, and bring thick socks – we’ll lend you some wellies.

We have a limited capacity for volunteers at these days, so you’ll need to:

We’ll then confirm the place and send you some details on our COVID aware measures. If you have any questions please email us at farm@oasiswaterloo.org.

Spring-Dig Shindig!

This Easter break we’re celebrating all things planting, sprouting and blooming on the farm.

Come and join our celebration by planting a seed to take home and grow, or making a bird nest feeder (we’ll explain), or taking part in our egg hunt challenge. Of course, there’ll be opportunities to meet our animals and a few farm fresh refreshments as well.

This is a free event and all are welcome. There’s no need to book but if you have any questions get in touch with us at farm@oasiswaterloo.org.

March Volunteer Day

Our next open volunteering session will be on Saturday March 4th, 11am – 3pm. We’ll be cleaning out the animal pens, getting the raised beds ready for planting, tiding up odds and ends and taking time to appriciate the daffodils!

We’ll hand out jobs on the day depending on interest and ability. There will be time to meet the animals meet new people. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. No prior skills required, make sure you wrap up warm, and bring thick socks – we’ll lend you some wellies.

We have a limited capacity for volunteers at these days, so you’ll need to register here: https://forms.gle/4FCPNJgYDUcdPmdu7 for a place.

We’ll then confirm the place and send you some details on our COVID aware measures. If you have any questions please email us at farm@oasiswaterloo.org.

February Volunteering Day

Our next open volunteering session will be on Saturday February 4th, 11am – 3pm. We know it’s dark and cold but spring will be on us before we know it and we need your help to get ready! We’ll be cleaning out the animal pens, repairing raised beds, shifting compost and maybe even starting to plant in the polytunnels.

We’ll hand out jobs on the day depending on interest and ability. There will be time to meet the animals meet new people. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. No prior skills required, make sure you wrap up warm, and bring thick socks – we’ll lend you some wellies.

We have a limited capacity for volunteers at these days, so to join us:

We’ll then confirm the place and send you some details on our COVID aware measures. If you have any questions please email us at farm@oasiswaterloo.org.

January Volunteering Day

Our next open volunteering session will be on Saturday January 7th, 11am – 3pm. You are welcome to come down to the farm and help get 2023 off on the right foot! We’ll be cleaning out the animal pens, repairing raised beds, shifting compost and making sure our pigs (who arrived last week) are properly settled in and used to farm life!

We’ll hand out jobs on the day depending on interest and ability. There will be time to meet the animals and enjoy relaxing in our beautiful gardens. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. No prior skills required, make sure you wrap up warm, and bring thick socks – we’ll lend you some wellies.

We have a limited capacity for volunteers at these days, so you’ll need to:

We’ll then confirm the place and send you some details on our COVID aware measures. If you have any questions please email us at farm@oasiswaterloo.org.

December Volunteering day

Our next open volunteering session will be on Saturday 3rd December, 10.30am – 5pm. It’s a bit of a different vibe this month as we’re getting set up for our Christmas Fayre that afternoon. There’ll be some of the usual farming tasks to do but also lots of jobs setting up tables and decorating everything. The last half of the day will be supporting the Fayre itself but you’re welcome just to come for set up or sleep in and just come to help at the Fayre.

Volunteer jobs at the Fayre will include, helping visitors meet and learn about the animals, keeping the firepit going (and safe), helping on the bar or the door or supporting Luke with the running of the best baked potato stand in Lambeth!

We’ll hand out jobs on the day depending on interest and ability. There will be time to meet the animals and a festive warm drink for everyone at the end.Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. No prior skills required, we’ll even lend you some wellies.

We have a limited capacity for volunteers at these days, so you’ll need to register here:

We’ll then confirm the place and send you some details on our COVID aware measures. If you have any questions please email us at farm@oasiswaterloo.org.