Opening Times & Pricing

UPDATED OPENING TIMES PER SEASON

WINTER OPENING HOURS OCTOBER-MARCH (WEATHER PERMITTED)

Closed on a Monday (Except School Holiday’s and Bank Holiday’s) We do open for pre booked school and nursery visits, please see below for further information or call our farm park

Tuesday-Friday
Farm: 10 – 3:30 pm
Soft Play: 10 – 4:30 pm

Saturday-Sunday
10 – 5:00 pm

* Last farm and soft play admission is 60 minutes prior to closing

Christmas Opening Times

Christmas Eve we are opening 10 am – 1 pm and re-opening on Thursday 27th

Thursday 27th and Friday 28th we will be closing at 3pm, Saturday and Sunday we are back to our normal hours of 10 am till 5 pm

New Year’s Eve we are opening 10 am – 1pm and re-opening on Tuesday 2nd

ADMISSION PRICES

THE FARM:
Under Ones: FREE (with a full paying adult or sibling)
Children: £4.50
Adults: £3.00
Senior Citizens: £2.50NB: Our Animal Feed is £3.00 (plus a £2.00 refundable on the return of the bucket)

Farm and soft play 2 Adults 2 children £18

All day soft play £10

Farm, soft play and child’s lunchbox £10 

SOFT PLAY AREA: (socks must be worn)
Weekdays: £3.00 per hour (£5.75 for two hours)
Weekends: £3.00 per hour (£5.75 for two hours)

Under Ones: FREE (with a paying sibling or adult)

MUMS + TOTS WEDNESDAYS (term time only)
10am-12noon – £3.00 per child (includes free cup of tea/coffee)

CHILDMINDERS  TUESDAYS (term time only)
(with OFSTED No.)
10am-11am: £2.00 per child soft play only

 SENIOR CITIZENS THURSDAYS

11am-12noon: £2.50 (includes a free tea/coffee)

SCHOOL, NURSERY AND PLAY GROUP VISITS  MONDAYS

10-4pm: The farm park and soft play will only be open to schools. nurseries and playgroups on Mondays while the farm park is closed to the public.

Adults £3.00

Children £7.00 including animal feed

Lunch options can be discussed with the owner or a member of staff.

 

 

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Please be aware this is a no smoking farm park and no picnics are to be consumed on site, as these can be a danger to our animals if waste is thrown into their paddocks.  Unfortunately we have lost a few animals due to these circumstances.  Signs are displayed for a reason, please read them with no offence.