The magic of the farm can be found by meeting our animals. They are the life and soul of the farm, and are real characters
All children should grow up knowing what the wool on a sheep feels like, they should have witnessed how enquiring pigs can be, how tall a Suffolk Punch is. All the animals make different noises, see the children smile as they see and hear for themselves; the cows mooing, chickens clucking, goats bleating and so much more. They should understand the smells on a farm, the musty smell of wet straw, the animal feed and the aroma of the animals. See the awe and excitement as their experiences mount up.
Parents can relax, the environment is clean and safety is our priority.
Summer on the farm is a lovely time with the baby animals all starting to grow and offers a fantastic place to run around and let off steam during the school holidays.
A drop of rain doesn't stop the fun at the farm park. Pack your wellies and a rain coat and come and explore.
The Blacksmith’s Forge is now run by the resident blacksmith, Robert Swanscott who operates mainly in the afternoons at the Forge and will be available for commissions.