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Visited here today and can honestly say what a great time we had. Special mention must go to Luke (tall, dark haired) his rapport with the children was exceptional. He had them all enthralled (my daughters are 11 and 5; difficult to keep their attention...More
I visited with a 2 and 4 year old. My 2 year old is obsessed with farm animals so we have visited loads of different farms and I thought this was one of the best. When you arrive you can pay just to access the...More
Great little farm experience for young ones. There is essentially two parts- a play barn (not huge but big enough) with a cafe in addition to a farm tour where the little ones get chance to interact with the animals including feeding lambs. You can...More
Came here with our 4 year old granddaughter to use the play facilities.
We found a table inside but had to move as we were next to an open dustbin which was full of waste food and flies. Every other vacant table was covered with...More
Lovely little place. Farm tour was perfect for little ones. Cafe serving ice cream and food for lunch. Shame there was no farm made ice cream that day but never mind. We had a lovely day with the two toddlers in our group.
Bottle feeding the lambs was a highlight. Liked being able to stroke /hold more unusual 'farm' animals such as ferrets, chinchilla, tortoise. Staff great, very helpful on the tour and in the cafe. Ideal place for young children who like animals. Tour lasted one hour...More
I booked a trip for the playscheme I manage to have a day out here! We have been previously however they have really improved the facilities recently!
We were a group of 12, on a pretty busy day! However, they couldn’t do enough for us....More
We took our 4 year old animal lover here. She loved it. We went on a farm tour with Rachel and this was fantastic. Lots of animals for her to hold, feed and brush. Rachel was knowledgeable and happy to answer any questions. My little...More
It was the last day of school holidays and we decided to take to visit big sheep little cow with my 2 children who are 3 & 8.
Once we arrived (11.45) we were informed we had missed the first farm tour at 11.30 and...More
Having visited many farm parks over time with my daughter and her various foster children but of this occasion while on holiday we visited Little Cow and Big Sheep today. It offered a much more personal experience than pervious places. The five year old had...More