Entries by Farmer Parr

Autism Friendly Weekend

To celebrate ‘World Autism Awareness Day’, on 2nd April, Farmer Parr’s is going ‘Autism Friendly’ ALL weekend (1st & 2nd April). The farm will still have an action packed timetable for everyone to enjoy and of course will remain open as usual to all visitors. However, if you have someone in the family with autism […]

Spring has Sprung!

We are now running an action packed spring timetable. Skip on down for some Farmer-tastic Fun and meet Harry, Larry and Barry (our lambs)! Daily activities include Lamb Feeding, Farm Tours & Feeding, Pony Rides & Grooming, Milking Demo and Animal Show. Everyone gets plenty of close encounters and learns a little along the way […]

Udderly Moo-vellous New Arrival!

Meet ‘Daisy the Dairy Cow’. We are totally and udderly delighted to announce the arrival of ‘Daisy’! From Saturday 11th Feb children will be able to learn about milking and have a go at it themselves. It’s one of several new activities planned for 2017. It’s great fun and Daisy is eggs-tremely well behaved. Schools […]

An Eggs-iting year is ‘laying’ ahead!

We have now re-opened after our Christmas and N’ewe Year rest. We will be open as usual everyday until 24th Dec 10am – 5pm.. The Cafe re-build is coming along nicely and should be complete by summer. It really will be MOO-vellous! We will be increasing the number of animal activities this year. There will […]

Breakfast with Santa dates released!

‘Breakfast with Santa’ 11th, 17th & 18th Dec – 8.45 till 10.15 Fancy spending some quality time with Santa? Beat the crowds and join him for breakfast! £15 per child – which includes…. A yummy scrummy festive Breakfast Box A lovely present from Santa Dancing & a chance to burn off the excitement! A visit […]

Lizzy has joined our herd!

Have ewe herd our fab-ewe-lous news? Having thought about getting a Shire Horse for a while, we finally have one. She is called Lizzy and she arrived on Sunday. Lizzy is 14 years old and stands at over 18 hands tall. A hand is 4 inches so that makes her over 6 feet at the […]

Elsa loves a cuddle

This year’s baby alpaca (cria) has done really well with Mum Audrey and Auntie Eva (the llama) taking care of her. Farmer Rhi started off carrying her in from the field when she was very young. She now follows behind her ‘family’ quite happily. She has been very popular with our visitors over the summer […]

2 fawns doing well !

Our 2 b-ewe-tiful fawns are doing fab-ewe-lously well! The older one (in the photo) is now coming quite close, and the younger of the two, is catching up rapidly. We are hoping they will become very tame in time.