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£1.7m transformation plans for Greenmeadow Community Farm revealed

artist's impression of an indoor soft play centre
The drawing of the indoor soft play centre
artist's impression of an indoor soft play centre
The drawing of the indoor soft play centre

Visitors to Greenmeadow Community Farm have been shown artist’s impressions of the £1.7m transformation that will take place over the coming months.

Earlier this month councillors unanimously approved the investment to make the Cwmbran farm a ‘premier visitor destination for families in Gwent’.

Every day since Saturday the staff at the farm have held a ‘big reveal’ at 1.30pm and invited children to pull down banners covering huge artist’s impressions of what the farm will look like. Scroll down the see the rest of the impressions.

The farm closes on 7 November for the work to take place and it will reopen in Spring 2023.

Watch a video of the plans being unveiled

Artist’s impressions of the new-look farm

an artist's impression of the rooftop terrace
The farm will have an outdoor rooftop terrace and licensed bar
an artist's impression of an indoor market
The farm will have a market and space for community groups to meet
an artist's impression of indoor amusements
The farm will have a new indoor cafe and farm-based attractions
people in a farm
The large artist’s impression can be viewed this before the farm before it closes

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£1.7m transformation plans for Greenmeadow Community Farm revealed