Lamont City Farm is a vibrant community and animal welfare project located in Erskine, Renfrewshire. At Lamont Farm, you can meet a wide variety of animals, including ducks, hens, horses and goats. We also have a reptile room with some special reptiles for you to come and meet! We try our best to rescue and rehome as many animals as we can. If we cannot find a suitable forever home for our furry friends they will continue to live with us therefore there’s always new furrys for you to meet. This means we have an ever growing family of new and different animals. We actively promote animal welfare and advise and educate people, where we can, in animal care and husbandry
We have a tea room and shop for your convenience, please feel free to use sit in for a nice place to eat a packed lunch or have a coffee. We sell a variety of snacks, crisps, sweets, cans of fizzy drinks, kiddy drinks and for the adults, tea and coffee. We also sell fresh free range eggs from a local supplier at £2.50 for a dozen.
Unfortunately, no animals are allowed in the tea room for hygiene reasons.
Adjoining the farm, we have an attached set of well-tended allotments. These are exceedingly popular amongst the Erskine community and beyond. The allotments are exceptionally beautiful during the summer please feel free to come and view, however we do respectful ask that you stay on the paths and don’t disturb the allotments as they are privately maintained, thank you for your co-operation. If you are interested in letting a allotment please contact the farm and we can put your name down on our waiting list.
Opening Times and Admission
Our farm opens 7 days a week, 10.30am to 4.30pm Apr -Sept and 11.00am to 3.00pm Oct- March
Admission is free, but we encourage donations to help us care for our animals .We have a collection box situated at the farm gate and beside our tearoom entrance. For larger donations,
wills and legacies, please discuss with the farm manager. We also have a amazon wishlist, if you would like to donate any of the items on it to us just go into the list, choose the item, order and pay for it and it will be delivered direct to us.
We also accept donations of equipment (for instance, we’re currently on the lookout for decent yard brushes and wheelbarrows and tools) but again, please speak to the farm manager if you are able to donate. We thank you all for your years of generosity.
Volunteers and Committee members
Our staff and volunteers are on hand every day to answer your questions and ensure you enjoy your visit. If we can help make your visit more enjoyable please ask a member of staff who will be more than happy to try their upmost to help. If you are interested in Joining our fun vibrant team who regularly give up their time to help the farm please find more information here. We’re always on the lookout for new committee members that will actively be involved with the continual fundraising and other tasks and decisions that will ensure the Farm can continue to run for many years to come, if this interest you please phone the farm, you will be joining a great team who will be glad to have your input.