Please read all of this notice because it contains very important information about your visit with us.
We have reopened our farm park with STRICT SOCIAL DISTANCING IN PLACE.
We are a 500 acre site with miles of walks and nature trails giving you plenty of space to practise good social distancing wherever you are on site.
PLEASE THINK CAREFULLY BEFORE BOOKING YOUR TICKET WITH US!
The areas which are currently open are our beautiful nature trails, walks and parkland (of which there are many). From July 4th we will open our famous Barrel Ride, Outdoor Adventure Playground and The Rickyard Restaurant.
You can see all of the farm animals around the farm, including goats, sheep, cows, ponies, pigs, ducks, geese and chickens.
In accordance with government guidelines we ask that you do not touch any of the animals. Please note we will not be selling animal food to feed animals for the time being.
Our pet shop is also open with a variety of small animals including rabbits, guinea pigs and chickens.
*PLEASE NOTE* Our Indoor play area is closed, there is no animal feeding or petting sessions. On wet days there are limited areas to shelter (apart from pre booked tables in the restaurant and the trees) so please think carefully about whether you really want to book your ticket with us.
DO NOT VISIT THE FARM IF YOU ARE DISPLAYING ANY Covid-19 Symptoms
A HIGH TEMPERATURE A PERSISTENT COUGH LACK/LOSS OF SENSE OF SMELL/TASTE
Please read this 👉👉 HEALTH AND SAFETY LEAFLET prior to booking
|VISITOR NUMBERS ARE GREATLY REDUCED AND EVERYONE NEEDS TO PRE BOOK|
MEMBERS WILL BE REQUIRED TO PRE BOOK THEIR ENTRY ONLINE . WE WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTING PRE BOOKED TICKETS. WALK IN’S WILL NOT BE PERMITTED ENTRY
This is so that we can control the number of people on the farm at any one time and ensure the safety of everyone.
We will have 2 entry sessions per day. 9.30am-1.30pm and 1.30pm-5.30pm
We are reducing our entry price temporarily to reflect the areas that we have had to close around the farm. From 4th July tickets are £5.95 (not 2020 prices which were due to be £7.95)