The GreenHouse, Hereford Street, Bristol, BS3 4NA

The GreenHouse is the national office of the Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens who work to support, promote and represent community-led farms and gardens across the UK.

The GreenHouse was built in 1996 based on the Segal method, a low energy form of construction. It is built with indigenous timber and features tree trunk columns. The roof has a meadow of grass and wildflowers offering a wildlife habitat for bees, butterflies and birds in an urban environment. The building is set in a small demonstration organic garden with a wildlife pond.

The Conference Room

Our conference room is fully accessible, can seat up to 40 people (dependent on layout) and is ideal for training events, meetings and AGMs. The room benefits from high ceilings, natural wood flooring and plenty of windows providing natural light.

Catering and Refreshments

We are able to offer refreshments to suit your needs and can organise catering using local businesses. It is our policy to use fair-trade and organic products wherever possible.


The conference room can accommodate up to 40 people depending on your chosen layout.


Main Hall
Accessible Toilets
Changing Facilities
Wheelchair Access
Broadband Internet
Outside Space

Venue Details
Working Hours
  • Weekdays
    9am - 5pm