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Not sure what I expected really but was disappointed. The garden centre mostly consisted of dead/dying plants. The pens for the ducks, chickens, geese etc have definitely seen better days. On the plus side my little one enjoyed feeding the goats, pigs and cows.
Good free farm. you can feed the animals.ducks goats ducks pigs ect
The cafe on site is good reasonable prices but one thing did bother us.a ladie and her 3 year old son sat outside the cafe eating an ice cream,and the manager/assistant ? Came...More
There is a difference between the rustic charm of a working farm and frankly disheveled and unkempt. The heat wave we’re enduring and the effect this has on the animals was clearly not acknowledged. The pens were in full sun and no extra shelter had...More
This is a lovely cheap trip out with the kids, grandkids to feed the farm animals very cheaply. It is lovely to walk around the farm to see the different animals & birds that are there. The cafe is lovely too, the chips are proper...More
Bought a hawk walk experience for two for my hubby for Christmas. We had an amazing time, Hayley was so knowledgeable about the birds, and especially our hawk that we took out today. We all got a chance for the hawk to land on our...More
What a great day.
I had bought a Hawk experience for my husband as a gift.
The place itself was great lots of animals to see and feed. A lovely little cafe with excellent food.
The experience itself was great. We loved every minute. Our...More
£1.50 for a bucket of food to feed the animals - it's great value! It's only good for a 30 minute visit, but we've been here loads of time and I love it as much as the kids. My kids have loved this farm from...More
This is a really nice place if you're looking for something to do with the children on a weekend, for you can buy food (at an incredibly affordable price - £1 for feed, 50p for seed) with which to feed the various animals they have...More