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ARRIVE AT THE FARM

On arrival at the farm you will be met at the car park by Farmer Stevie.  Your packed lunches may be taken from the bus and left in the cafe for lunch time if you wish.  Your guide will give a short introductory talk, they will cover Health and Safety whilst on site and a little info about the animals you will see during your visit.

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DURING YOUR VISIT

During your visit to the farm you will meet and greet a variety of animals from ponies, donkeys, sheep, cows, pigs, hens, ducks, turkeys, llama, alpacas, goats, rabbits and guinea pigs.   The children will be able to handle the small animals, walk the alpacas and ponies, groom the ponies and will be offered feed to feed some of the animals.

There will be plenty of chances to ask questions.

There will be free time to play in the field, sandpit, pedal tractors and bouncy castle (weather permitting)

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GENERAL

School trips have soul use of the farm on the day (closed to the public)

Available on Mondays, Tuesday or Wednesdays

10am - 2pm

Picnics in the field or in the cafe depending on the weather

£4 PER CHILD - TEACHERS AND HELPERS FREE

(minimum charge of  £120)

BOOKINGS ONLY - DO NOT JUST TURN UP