Farm Club

Our popular holiday programme ‘Farm Club’ returns this October half term for those aged 8-13 years old! Activities include a mixture of feeding, grooming and mucking out our friendly farm animals; plus arts and crafts, gardening and nature activities such as pond dipping.

Farm Club runs from 10am-4pm and we currently have availability on Friday 29th October. We will add more dates if there’s enough demand and if we have the staff availability. Please note our Youth Workers are only contracted until 4:10pm so a prompt pick up is required!

Due to insurance and safety restrictions we cannot accept children under 8 years old.

Booking and payment in advance is essential. Please be aware, we are unable to issue refunds once booked.

Please download and read the Holiday Club FAQ’s and DEFRA Visiting Farm Leaflet by clicking on the button below.

In order to book your child’s place please complete the below fields so we no longer have to email you with parent/guardian consent forms.

Why do we collect this personal data and what do we do with it?
The information collected enables us to provide a safe and accessible programme, by making any necessary adjustments for the individual children attending each session.
After the session, this data enables us to record children’s participation in Farm activities and help improve our offer. We might use the data you provide to contribute to youth programme monitoring, but if we do your child’s information will never be identifiable and will be made anonymous if shared with any third parties (e.g. grant funders).
We store this data securely in password-protected files. If you wish to retract your permission for us to store this, please email the Farm Manager your request at

Why do I have to fill this form in each time my child attends a holiday club?
The information requested needs to be as up to date as possible in order for us to provide a safe service for children. This is why we collect this information each time a child comes to a session.

Why are the holiday clubs £40 per session? 
We charge for the Farm Club holiday sessions as a way to bring in essential income to cover additional Youth Worker costs and to contribute to the Farm’s running costs. We have increased the cost this year, over the last few years it was £35 per child. We aim to keep sessions affordable, but also have to find ways of covering delivery costs and raising income to cover our ongoing running costs. For example, our animal feed and bedding bills are approx £24,000 per year and that doesn’t include staff, any vet bills, rent etc! 
Can we still visit for free?

The Farm remains free to visit and is open on weekday afternoons (we are struggling with staff shortages, but do hope to open more in future). 

Do you offer any discounts for low income families?
Our weekly Youth Programme remains free to attend thanks to grant funding. Despite the need to charge for places, we’re still keen for our Holiday Club to be inclusive and we can offer discounts for those from low income backgrounds. If you would like a discount, please contact us via our online enquiry form giving at least a week’s notice prior to the date you’d like to book.
Thank you to everyone who helps us continue to support our community – with free entry and free community projects – by purchasing our holiday club and experience sessions. 
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