21st March - 30 September
Everyday . 10am - 5pm (last admission 4pm)
October half term
Pumpkin Fest Event - Dates TBC
Details and Dates TBC
February Half Term
New Life on the Farm Event - Dates TBC
Adult (16yrs +) £4.95
Child (2yrs - 15yrs) £5.95
Under 2's (0-23months) Free
Over 65yrs & Students
Proof of age or educational status
Valid carers id
things to do...
Meet the Farm Animals
...and the others
Tiny Town Role Play
The Reptile Hut
Silly Sheep Play Barn
the greedy goat snack hut
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Please be aware that our snack hut is an alfresco arrangement and apart from table umbrellas we are not yet able to offer undercover shelter. Your own picnics are welcome in all picnic areas apart from The Greedy Goat's Garden.
Is there Parking?
All parking at the Farm Park is free. Disabled parking is allocated at the front of the car park.
Dedicated carers are welcome to enter the Park free of charge. Valid proof of carer status will be required.
Visitors are welcome to bring a picnic, tables are available on the farmyard and the shepherds trail. Please note that picnics are not permitted within the Greedy Goat garden.
All of our pathways are on gravel and well drained grass, we only advise that visitors wear comfortable footwear.
Toilets are located on the main farmyard. There are disabled toilet facilities available.
Doorways to facilities are extra wide and ramped. The Farm Park itself has concrete, gravelled and grassy walkways, all wide enough to accept wheelchairs. Please note many of these areas are sloped and may require a bit of strength to push wheelchairs around.
Deaf and hard of hearing visitors
There is a wealth of written information around the Farm Park to explain our history, the farming year and the story of each of our breeds. Bookings can be made online or via email rather than phone. Emails can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Blind and Partially Sighted Visitors
We have listening posts around the Rare Breeds Through History Trail, enabling visually impaired visitors to listen to Adam explaining how farming has changed throughout the years and the stories behind most of the Rare Breeds animals we keep.
Guide and assistance dogs are welcome.
SAFETY ON THE FARM...
Whilst we do everything we can to limit the possibility of accidents and ill health, it is a parent or guardians responsibility to ensure that our guidelines and instructions are followed. always remember:
Keep an eye on your little ones. Our team remain vigilant but they are not there to supervise children.
Take attention of clean ares. It is in everyone's interest that hands are washed when entering a 'clean area'.
Wash you hands. Regularly wash your hands, remember that little tummies are more susceptible than ours!
Watch out for cheeky animals. Whilst meeting the animals it's important that you remain vigilant, please adhere to the advise on signage and take care when feeding. the animals.
Never enter a pen. Please make sure that little ones do not climb into animal enclosures. should you need to retrieve an item accidentally dropped into a pen please ask a member of the team for assistance.