Glebelands City Growers

Location: 94 - 96 Glebelands Road, Sale, Greater Manchester, Postcode: M33

Glebelands Market farm is a 3 acre site which includes a polytunnel and glasshouse. The farm grows organic crops throughout the year such as salads, leafy vegetables, squash, courgettes, cucumbers, purple sprouting broccoli, herbs and various beans. All the crops are for consumption within Greater Manchester. The farm is a Soil Association demonstration farm and successfully host school visits. Staff are CEVAS trained.

Activities include a tour of a working market garden, growing related activities, composting, habitats and pond dipping activities. Visits can be tailored to suit the needs of each visiting group in line with the national curriculum.

Contact: Adam Rayne/Sally Westaway
T: 07788 723267

Farm features

 Vegetables ✓  Livestock  Hedgerows ✓
 Orchard / fruit  Dairy  Pond ✓
 Arable  Wildflower Meadow  River


 Toilets ✓  Coach parking  Indoor space ✓
 Hand-washing facilities ✓  Disabled toilet  Wheelchair access
 Car parking    

Farm charges

 Standard group charge   Charge per pupil   Minimum charge ✓
 No charge    

Suitability of visit

 Pre-school  Secondary ✓  Individual
 Primary ✓  Special ✓  Care farm 

Further information

 Risk assessment ✓  CEVAS trained farmer ✓  Teachers' information pack ✓
 Farm facts leaflet ✓  LOTC Quality Badge   Public Liability Insurance ✓

The Food for Life Partnership is a network of schools and communities across England committed to transforming food culture. Together we are revolutionising school meals, reconnecting children and young people with where their food comes from, and inspiring families to grow and cook food.

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