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You can now find Fairytale Farm on Facebook. It is packed with information, news and events. It also features photographs showing work on the farm progressing. Please visit us and support the work we are doing, or click the Like button below to support us and help spread the word!
Wanted: Timber to build our building!
Planning permission has been granted for a two-storey building at Fairytale Farm which will provide covered facilities for education and refreshments. We need timber for the building's construction. If you know of anybody who can donate this to us, please telephone: 01608 646279 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Right: The current condition of the building. We need more timber to complete the construction project!
Thank you for visiting our car boot sales!
We held our final car boot sale for 2010 today and again we had a fantastic turnout. Car boot sales start again at Southcombe Farm, just outside Chipping Norton, at Easter 2011. They will be held every Saturday from 23 April to 23 July 2011. For more details, click here.
Planning permission granted for main building
Plans for the UK’s first family visitor attraction which is open to all but where everything is designed around the needs of children with sensory, learning and physical disabilities, moved a step closer this month with the granting of planning permission for the attraction’s main building. The building will be used as an indoor space for education and refreshments along with office and storage. The couple who are building this unique attraction are now appealing for help to enable them to complete this building.
The granting of planning permission for this two-storey building is a major step forward for us because it is essential that we have indoor facilities for when the weather is poor. Although it is an entirely timber building, it is a major undertaking for us and we do not have any financial support. We are therefore looking for help with certain aspects of the project. We need help in three areas: detailed construction drawings of the buildings to enable us to get Building Regulation approval; timber to be used in construction; and help from professional builders in actually building the structure.”