Our sheep begin to lamb in February with the majority due at Easter.
Throughout an Easter visit there will be lots of sheep giving birth and hopefully you will just time it right to see a newborn lamb’s arrival. Because we have lots of sheep all giving birth there are always orphan lambs that need our help to look after. On a visit, listen out for the bell ringing when they are due for a feed and come and lend a hand.
Our annual Easter trail takes place around the farm park, running from 4th April to the 19th April. Join in the fun searching out the hidden eggs, untangling the letters which reveals the winning word to collect your edible prize.
Newborn lambs, eggs hatching in our incubators, beautiful fluffy chicks to hold and baby guinea pigs to cuddle after a lonely winter.
On the tractor ride during the month of May, the cows will be outside enjoying the lush grass with their new baby calves.
Time to relax, catching up with friends and enjoying a picnic in our beautiful surroundings.
Lots to keep everyone happy with our go-karts, Spiders Web, Outdoor sandpit and our large playhouse.
On a hot day, as well as enjoying a carrot, our Shetland ponies love to be brushed.
Halloween is a fun week at the farm park from pumpkin carving to Halloween quizzes.
All our staff are always really excited about dressing up and after transforming one of the animal barns into a Halloween grotto which becomes full of spooks and groans, it is great fun carving your pumpkin and there is always a friendly witch around to lend a hand.