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06 Mar

Details

Start:

Mar 06 @ 11:00 am

End:

Mar 27 @ 13:00 pm

Cost:

£20

Lambing Sundays – OPEN TO THE PUCLIC

Every Sunday in March – choose from an 11am or 1pm time slot

£20 per family pass for up to 2 adults 3 children

Your family ticket will include:

  • Access to the petting corner
  • Meeting & feeding a lamb
  • Meeting Farmer Percy
  • A talk about lambing and a Q&A session
  • Sheep quiz and trail
  • The Hive Café/Bar will be open serving warming drinks and lite bites!
  • Competition to win a stay at the place to bee!
  • Meet the farm yard gang
  • Enjoy the sports field
  • Take photos in the photo booth
  • Say hello to the sheep dogs, Alfie & Madge!

We are more than excited to welcome you back to see our flock’s spring newborns. As the previous two years of lambing with Farmer Percy happened behind closed doors, get ready to bring your little ones to meet our little ones close up to all the action in the lambing barn!

Please note:

Pregnant women not advised to enter the lambing area.

Dogs are unfortunately not allowed to this event.

Fantastic for children as they enjoy this new experience with all the sights and sounds of a working farm in springtime!

Young children must be accompanied at all times. Baby carriers (ie sling, papoose or harness) strongly advised for new-borns or young babies.

Tickets are non-refunable.

Health & Safety on the Farm

• Do not put hands on faces or fingers in mouths while petting animals or walking round the farm

• Do not kiss farm animals nor allow children to put their faces close to animals

  • Do not eat or drink while touching animals or walking round the farm. This includes not eating sweets, crisps or chewing gum.
  • Do not eat anything that has fallen on the floor.
  • Do not use gels or wipes instead of washing hands with soap and

    water. Gels and wipes do not remove E. coli O157 that is in dirt.

  • Do wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water after you

    have touched animals, fences or other surfaces in animal areas.

  • Do wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water before

    eating or drinking.

  • Do wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water after

    removing dirty shoes or boots that have been worn on the farm.

  • Do supervise children closely to ensure that they wash their

    hands thoroughly.

  • Do eat and drink in picnic areas or cafes only.