Teddy Bears' Picnic Weekend

Teddy bears at wishing well

Come along to our Teddy Bears' Picnic Weekend on 25th and 26th July 2015.

Every child who brings a teddy bear to Fairytale Farm will receive a £1 gift voucher on entry. We will be holding a Teddy Bears' Picnic in the Huff and Puff Adventure Playground picnic area at 1pm. Any child who has brought along a teddy can buy a special discounted lunch box, or you can just bring along your own picnic. And that's not all; joining everybody at the picnic will be a storytelling teddy bear. We will also be holding a Best Dressed Teddy Bear competition, which will be judged by the storytelling teddy bear during the picnic.

All the other usual Fairytale Farm activities will be taking place - and your teddy bear can join in!

News item added 18 July 2015

Walking with Alpacas returns to Fairytale Farm

On selected days through the summer school holidays we will be offering visitors an opportunity to walk with our alpacas. Walk one of these enchanting creatures around a safe, enclosed route then spend some time getting to know him.

The Walking with Alpacas event will be held on 24th July, 5th, 14th, 21st and 28th August and 1st September 2015 at 12 noon and 3pm, with access from the Huff and Puff adventure playground. Charge is £2 per person walking. Each walk will be escorted by an experienced animal handler and parents can accompany young children on the walk.

News item added 14 July 2015

The Easter Bunny is Back!

Fairytale Farm's unique Easter event runs right through the Easter Weekend, from 3rd to 6th April 2015. Visitors to the farm can enter the giant rabbit burrow and listen to the Farm's own Easter bunny telling a special Easter tale, and every child that visits the burrow will receive an Easter egg.

We also have other Easter activities running over the weekend, including an Easter egg hunt.

We are open 10am to 5pm throughout Easter. The rabbit burrow has an extra charge of £3 per child, which includes the burrow visit, Easter story and an Easter egg.

Click here for more details...

And don't forget...Fairytale Farm is open every day from 28 March to 1 November 2015.

News item added 26 March 2015

This lovable little lamb needs a name!

Fairytale Farms new little boy was born on 8th March and he is in need of a name.

Please email your ideas to info@fairytalefarm.co.uk. Whoever sends the name that we choose wins a family annual pass to Fairytale Farm worth £85.

Better still, our lovely little lamb will be looking for children to bottle feed and pet it all through the Easter holidays at Fairytale Farm - don't miss out!

Competition closes 12th April, and if more than one person suggests the winning name, the first person to post the name wins.

News item added 1 April 2015

Fairytale Farm is recruiting!

Fairytale Farm is the UK's first visitor attraction to put disabled children first in its design and layout - but is loved by children (and adults) of all abilities. We are recruiting a Cafe/Admissions Assistant, to run the Farm on weekdays when the Farm is open to the public. The Cafe/Admissions Assistant will be in overall charge of the day-to-day running of Fairytale Farm's front-of-house visitor operation on weekdays and will ensure that every visitor to the Farm has the best experience possible. Download details here.

We are also still looking for volunteers to help with the animals and in the cafe, particularly at weekends and school holidays. If you would like to volunteer, please email info@fairytalefarm.co.uk.

News item added 10 March 2015

Straight from the Alpaca's mouth

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