What’s On

Our daily events follow the cycle of the farming year. So depending on when you come and see us, we will have different activities happening on site.

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Members evening

We’re running an exclusive event for our members on the 22nd June as we want to treat our members to something special. As a thank you for continuing to support the Farm Park, members can also bring up to 5 friends for free. The full Farm Park experience will all be open from 5pm to 8pm. There will also be face painting for the little ones. The café and shop will be open as normal. Everyone will receive the member's 10% discount during the evening. Members must register online their ...

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Nature Week

We’ll be celebrating all things wild and exploring nature, with fun activities and demonstrations for everyone to enjoy. We will have our very own expert Nature Ranger who will take you on a journey of discovery to explore nature and raise awareness on how we have an impact on it. This event will be running twice daily throughout the week and will be based around our Conservation area and Woodland Walk. Try out pond dipping and get to know some of our underwater creatures and critters. ...

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Maize Maze

Our a-mazing Maize Maze is returning on the 21st of July and will be standing proud for the whole summer holidays. The tall maize offers a vivid and colourful journey into your dreams and imagination. Venture down the rabbit hole into our Wonderland themed maze and try and find that pesky White Rabbit who will be hiding somewhere in the maze! If you manage to find your way to the middle you won’t be disappointed as there will be a delightful Tea Party. If you’re lucky, you may also spot...

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Meet the Farmyard Animals

Have a close encounter with our young fuzzy friends and don't forget to ask a member of the team any animal-related questions you might have.


Shearing Demonstration

As the weather gets warmer, it's a bit too hot for our sheep to be wearing their winter coats. Some of the primitive breeds naturally shed their wool before the summer comes, but others need a little bit of help. We will shear the sheep of their fleeces, explaining the process and how the wool and lanolin can be used afterwards.

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