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We visited today with our little grandaughter who is nearly 2.
It was just the right size for someone her age and just enough animals to keep her interest. She loved seeing the new born lambs.
Shame the tea shop wasn't open as would have...More
Three are definitely places that are attractions first and farm second, and this is clearly the other way round but we’re very fortunate to have it on our doorstep. We go fairly often but if we were half way between it and a few others...More
No bouncy castles. No expensive entry ticket. No obligation to walk through a giftshop full of pricey niknaks. If you want to experience what goes on in a real farm over the changing seasons - lambing, haymaking, sheep shearing, wild flower meadows, vintage tractors, hedgelaying,...More
A relaxing sunday out with the kids , learning sth outside from the classroom , kids live it apple picking then will use your apply to show to how apple juice being made.
with all the sheeps running near the apply tree it looks fun!
Visited with my young son and 3 other mums with children ranging from 3 months to 2 years.
We all had a lovely time and was pleasantly surprised. We saw sheep, ducks, pigs and cows. There's lots of space for the prams and even though...More
This is a lovely little farm with just the right amount of animals for very young children. I took my 20 month and 3 month old and it was perfect for them but my 9 year old would have been bored. My advice would be...More