The Junior Farm
- New Piggy’s Play Sty – Children’s Play and Party Centre
- New Hen House and Poultry Pens
- New Pony Yard and Stable
- New Undercover Piggery
Our hugely popular Junior Farm has many daily activities – feeding the rabbits, grooming the ponies, bottle feeding the spring lambs and collecting your own eggs from our henhouses. We have a School Room for school groups and Birthday parties.
Junior Farm is open everyday 10am – 5pm except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day. In winter, the farm closes at dusk. Entry costs are just £5.75 per person, with under 2’s free.
We welcome visits by Schools and Playgroups. Click on the “School Trips” link at the foot of this page for more information.
Keeping Safe on Junior Farm…remember that we are members on The National Farm Attractions Network and adhere to the very latest Industry Code of Practice (you can download the whole document by clicking on the link at the bottom of the page).
Our Junior Farm Daily Activities, see what you can do when you visit…
The daily timetable of activities, from July 10th 2014 is as follow
10.00am Junior Farm opens
10.30am It is breakfast time for our guinea pigs and rabbits, come and help us!
11.00am Our friendly calves are calling…they need their milk bottles
11.30am Come and cuddle our guinea pigs and chicks
1.00pm See our pigs being fed and learn all about them
1.30pm See you in the Small Animal Centre , time to cuddle our guinea pigs and chicks
2.00pm Help us to groom our friendly ponies (weather permitting)
2.30pm It’s Munchtime for the little ones…the guinea pigs and rabbits need feeding
3.00pm It’s time to feed those lovely calves…careful though, it can get messy!
3.30pm Get close to our fluffy guinea pigs and cheeky chicks
4.00pm Feed the Greedy Pygmy Goats, they maybe small but they eat lots!
4.30pm Piggys Play-Sty closes
5.00pm Time to say goodbye to all your friends on Junior Farm
Piggy’s Play-Sty…Our brilliant indoor playbarn, is ideal for letting off steam before the next bout of farm fun. Take a look at our (very clever) panoramic picture here…..