Suffolk Day – 21st June
A celebration of all things Suffolk – we are opening our doors for free entry on Thursday 21st June
Mark Murphy, BBC Radio Suffolk breakfast show presenter, said: “I’m so thrilled we’re doing it again this year. For so long we haven’t shouted enough about where we live and how great it is.”
“It’s great to see Suffolk coming together as one, led by the East Anglian Daily Times, Ipswich Star and BBC Radio Suffolk. Let’s make it bigger than last year and I‘d love to see it grow year on year for evermore. So pop that date June 21st in your diary and join in the fun.”
Suffolk County Council leader Colin Noble said: “There’s a very simple but powerful idea behind Suffolk Day. It’s a perfect opportunity to celebrate all the great places and people that make our county truly special. That’s something we don’t do enough.
“The county council is fully behind this year’s campaign and would encourage anyone with connections to Suffolk, wherever they are in the world, to do their bit to champion our great county.”
Easton Farm Park are proud to support Suffolk Day with free entry to all visitors.
Additional activity on the day will include the following – a separate price may apply.
11.00am Hug a Bunny – children simply love being able to hold the little animals
11.30am Pony & Cart Rides – All aboard for a trip around
12.00 noon The Barrel Bug – children ride around the farm in special modified barrel carts
12.30pm Meet the animals and Hug a Bunny – getting up close and personal to the animals is what a farm park is all about
1.00pm Family Train Ride – this is a chance for adults to take a trip around the farm with their children, on a modified trailer
1.30pm Meet the Suffolk Punch – standing next to an enormous Suffolk Punch is something special
2.00pm Pony Rides – we have a selection of ponies ideally suited for our young visitors
2.30pm The Barrel Bug – another chance for the children to ride around the farm
3.00pm Egg collecting and hold a chick – subject to nature taking its course!
3.30pm Family Train Ride – another chance for adults to take a trip around the farm with their children
4.00pm Meet the animals and Hug a Bunny – getting up close and personal to the animals is what a farm park is all about