Piglets Club is an opportunity for children aged 2-4 to learn about where food comes from on a working Farm, including meat, eggs, fruit and vegetables. Sessions are designed to engage children in an interactive and fun way with animals, plants and the environment. Children (and adults) are encouraged to take on new challenges, be active and explore their environment with all of their senses, no matter what the weather!
Tasks might include filling up the duck’s water, stroking and feeding the Guinea pigs, collecting the duck and chicken eggs and food growing.
“My daughter loves cooking eggs she has collected herself”
“My son had the opportunity to work as a team with other children”
“Piglets Club allows my daughter to have a taste of Farm life that most city children never get to experience”
Sessions run from 10am – 11:30am on Thursday mornings.
The last 15 minutes of each session will allow time for the group to get to know each other (please bring snacks and drinks if you wish).
- Due to restricted site size only one adult is to accompany their child/children to the session.
- Please check dates carefully before booking – refunds or session swaps are not available.
- The same children attend on a monthly basis for one term.
- This project is not grant funded, so there is a charge to take part.
- Only one booking per family group per term.
- Parents/carers will receive information about staying safe on the Farm. Please read through this carefully and ask if you have any questions. There is specific information in the leaflet for those who are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Dates for the next Piglets sessions (January, February and March) will go live in December.
Piglets Club – Autumn Term 2019