Annual Events

Our Upcoming Events

Our annual events calendar is designed to help our guests get to grips with nature, the farming year and also have lots of fun. We have some outstanding events such as conservation, lambing, calving, and also seasonal ones such as our pumpkin patch and Christmas!

  • Please note all details correct at time of publication.
  • Please check with Humble Bee Farm before bookings in case of alterations.
  • Suitable footwear and clothing must be worn.
  • All events subject to weather, guest numbers and availability.

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Events
Mini Farmer Club at the Lambing Shed!

Join us for a lambing weekend Friday 6th & Saturday 7th March, with Farmer Percy at Humble Bee Farm. Experience the wonder of seeing lambs and calves making their very first entrance into the world!

Mini Farmer Club at the Lambing Shed!

Join us for a lambing weekend Friday 13th & Saturday 14th March, with Farmer Percy at Humble Bee Farm. Experience the wonder of seeing lambs and calves making their very first entrance into the world.

Mini Farmer Club at the Lambing Shed!

Join us for a lambing weekend Friday 20th & Saturday 21st March, with Farmer Percy at Humble Bee Farm. Experience the wonder of seeing lambs and calves making their very first entrance into the world.

Mothers Day weekend wildlife ramble! – Cancelled

Due to recent events re the corona virus, we have unfortunately cancelled this event as guest safety is our number one priority. We thank everyone for understanding and hope you will enjoy our site in the outdoors, enjoying the fresh air and local beaches!

Saturday 21st March 4-6pm

Mother’s Day weekend Wildlife Ramble – Event provided by Yorkshire Coast Nature

Experience the first signs of Spring arriving on the farm with this gentle wildlife ramble around the nature trail. Spot hares displaying in the fields…

Mini Farmer Club at the Lambing Shed!

Join us for a lambing weekend Friday 27th & Saturday 28th March, with Farmer Percy at Humble Bee Farm. Experience the wonder of seeing lambs and calves making their very first entrance into the world.