Yes! We have an onsite car park that is free to use. Please note during peak times the carpark can fill up, please plan your travel accordingly.
Yes! We have a wonderful cuddle corner where our smaller animals are housed such as rabbits and guinea pigs and some of our baby animals from time to time. Our friendly staff are on hand to allow you to give them a pet. Our other animals are all very friendly, but please remember that they are animals and not pets, so please do be careful with little fingers.
Yes! We sell bags of feed in our farm shop. You are able to feed our goats and sheep but please do not feed the donkey's, ponies or pigs.
Mostly, but this also depends somewhat on the weather. Parts of the farm walkways are not suitable for wheelchairs, particularly in bad weather and winter.
We are a cashless venue and therefor only accept payment via card or contactless payment.
Yes! Visitors with special needs may admit one accompanying carer free of charge when they pay adult/child price. Additional carers are required to pay normal admission prices. Please bring relevant proof of entitlement such as a blue badge or a personal independence payments letter (issued by the DWP benefit office). Evidence of eligibility may be requested at the point of admission, failure to show proof will require a day ticket to be purchased.
Tickets do not need to be printed, they may be shown on your phone at the till on arrival.
Yes! We have a great selection of party packages which can be found on our Birthday Parties page.
Only assistance dogs will be allowed in to the farm park.
Dogs must not be left unattended in cars.
Yes! We have a wonderful farm shop onsite filled with locally sourced goods. There are sandwiches, cakes and drinks to take away or why not come and take a seat in the cafe and enjoy a spot of breakfast or lunch.
Yes! We have plenty of outdoor seating around the farm for you to enjoy your picnic. Only food purchased from the farm shop may be consumed in the cafe.
Please dress for the weather. Our farm is all outdoors so please wear suitable clothes and footwear. We recommend children to wear long sleeve tops and trousers when enjoying the straw maze.
Yes! The only potential risk is when the animals are giving birth. Those that are pregnant should avoid sheep and goats during birthing season, there could be a risk to your health and that of your unborn children from infections that can occur.
To avoid the possible risk of infection:
If you have any concerns when you visit, please speak to a member of staff.
We're gearing up for our reopening soon! We can't wait to welcome you back and show you the changes we've made.