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It's the Cricket Season - so why not join Jacob for some fun Cricket Sessions during the half term.

From Sunday 28th May to Sunday 4th June 2017, guests at Humble Bee Farm can get to grips with this exciting game.

Daily sessions from 2pm to 3pm, and 4.30pm to 5.30pm.

Price is £5 per child, aged 7 years to 16 years.

Pre book on 01723 890437 or call into reception.

Limited to six children per session.

Ensure appropriate clothing and footwear is worn. 


It's been a merry - and busy - month of May so far at Humble Bee Farm!

With the arrival of the warmer weather (after a cool, sunny and dry start to the spring), Farmer Percy has weaned the Berkshire Red piglets, who now live in the barn.

Our Berkshire Red sows will be having another set of piglets later this summer, thanks to a magnificent Oxford Sandy Black boar, who'll be staying with us at Humble Bee for about a month.

The cattle, calves, sheep and lambs are all enjoying the lush grass of the Yorkshire Wolds, while the potato crop has now been planted.

The resulting spuds go to nearby McCains and then to a famous fast food chain later this year!

Our resident barn owl is busy hunting for mice, voles and worms, and has used one of our owl boxes - we're hoping there are some cute owlets inside, but we're keeping our distance so we don't disturb mum and dad.

One aspect of the weather we can't control is the rainfall. Visitors to Humble Bee will see how empty our duck pond is. While water levels are okay at the moment, like many other farmers in our area, we could do with some of the wet stuff for the crops and hedgerows. We just hope it rains at night so everyone can enjoy the sunshine during the day!

The Place to Be ….  Romantic Celebration Mini – Moons at Humble Bee Farm 2017

Big Chief Wigwams are perfect for a romantic mini moon celebration!

Perfect for a peaceful break after the hectic celebrations or a run-up to your main honeymoon. For this special package it is £325.00, for 2 nights covering 2 adults.

Two people, two nights, one heated Big Chief Wigwam.

  • Fresh bed linen
  • Fluffy bath and hand towels
  • Two snug rugs
  • Comfy scatter cushions
  • Sparkling fairy lights in pretty jars
  • Bottle of sparkling wine
  • Box of Amelia’s handmade chocolates
  • Love heart fairy lights
  • Romantic swooping curtains
  • Decorative flowers
  • Croc box
  • Pan pack
  • Welcoming floor rug
  • Outdoor lanterns
  • Deluxe BBQ pack
  • Locally sourced breakfast pack
  • Charcoal for bbq
  • Romantic flowers on bed
  • Humble Bee Farm keepsake
  • Tea & coffee welcome pack
  • Fire bowl for the first night

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All Wigwams are fully heated with lighting, microwave, toaster, fridge, kettle, charcoal BBQ, picnic table and a parking space.

Children and dogs are welcome to stay as well – please ask for tariff details

To book, please call 01723 890437

To check any details re: extras please click here


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If you haven’t visited Filey Dams, then put this spectacular location onto your ‘must visit’ list next time you’re in the Filey area.

It’s a hidden gem situated on the western fringes of the town and is one of the few fresh water marshes in the area.

Measuring six hectares, the site includes two bird hides, a pond-dipping platform and tree-lined paths. Birds, reptiles and small mammals love this little corner of the seaside resort.

The site includes fresh water lagoons, marshes, grasslands and a small copse.

Birdlife includes herons, swans, geese and avocets, with highlights for every season. Spring ‘specialities’ include a variety of waders, tree sparrows and willow warblers; summer bring reed warblers, sandpipers and dragonflies; in the autumn, curlews can be spotted before heading south, and in the winter, ducks and geese love the peace and quiet of the Dams.

Other creatures that are 'Filey Dammers' include roe deer, barn owls, fox, shrews, toads, and many more.

The site was ‘rescued’ in 1985 from a developer’s bulldozer, and is a jointly managed by Yorkshire Wildlife Trust and Filey Bird Observatory and Group.

Filey Dams is free to enter, with wheelchair access to the main hide.
Free car park next to the reserve, dogs not allowed.

Postcode is YO14 0DG.

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