Oasis Farm, Waterloo
Welcome to the farm
On a small strip of land between Waterloo Station and St Thomas’ Hospital you can find our London site – Oasis Farm Waterloo. Since 2014 we’ve transformed a former wasteland into a thriving and productive half an acre, with the help of young people who have visited our countryside farms and others from the local community.
Working alongside the charity Oasis, the farm features a sow and piglets from our Bath farm, lambs, chickens and guinea pigs. Retired potato crates grow kilos of fruit and veg from aubergines to tayberries. We have an enormous timber framed barn, available to hire for events, and a serene walled garden for more reflective discussions.
From those who have visited Oasis Farm Waterloo
“D excelled at Jamie’s Farm…”
“…she is a shy student at school and she is often overlooked. However, her attendance at Jamie’s Farm proves she is fearless and able to apply herself to anything”
““C seemed to spend the full sessions happy and confident, something we don’t always see in the school environment.”
“S is a different person at Jamie’s farm. He able to show off his leadership in a more positive manner than he sometimes does at school.”
Talk to us about booking a visit to a farm
Our farms are open all year around, both during school term time and in the holidays.
We welcome groups from any organisations which work with young people who may benefit from a visit to Jamie’s Farm. This includes mainstream schools, alternative provisions, special schools, local authority groups, virtual schools and charities.
At Oasis Farm Waterloo, we run a six week programme of half day visits. Programmes run every half term during term time and bespoke programmes run during the holidays. Please get in touch with Luke to find out more.