Lambing Live: Half Term 18th – 26th February
We Just know ‘EWE’ are going to have a Baaa-rilliant day at our Farming and Lambing Live Festival during February Half term.
Your day out includes our Fun Farm where you will see the friendly animals which include; Donkeys, Pigs, Ponies, Goats and of course our Pregnant sheep! Plus crafts and unlimited play on the Go-Karts, pedal tractors & air bouncers (weather permitting)!
In our UNDERCOVER maternity barn, you will see our pregnant sheep and will have a strong chance of seeing a live birth! Meet the cute Lambs too, and a member of our team will be on hand to explain all about Lambing.
Choose your arrival time and then stay as long as you like until we close at 4 pm
Rainy Day Guarantee: If it rains for 2 hours consecutively on your visit we will issue you with free return tickets, please note you must attend your original booking to qualify. Your rainy day is valid for a period within 6 weeks of your original booking date and may be subject to an upgrade fee if the tickets are higher due to seasonal changes. If you feel your day qualifies for this rainy day guarantee please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your booking reference and the new date and time you would like to book for. Please note our rainy day guarantee is a gesture of goodwill, and once you have booked your return tickets these cannot be amended or changed.
Covid Policy: Our tickets are non refundable and non transferable, however if you are asked to isolate, or test positive for covid, we will change or credit your tickets with proof of a positive test or notification to isolate.
Pregnancy and lambing: Please note it is not recommended that people who are pregnant visit lambing, as there is a small risk of human miscarriage. Pregnant women who come into close contact with sheep during lambing may risk their own health and that of their unborn child, from infections that can occur in some ewes. These include chlamydiosis (enzootic abortion of ewes – EAE), toxoplasmosis and listeriosis, although the number of reports of these infections and human miscarriages resulting from contact with sheep are extremely small, it is important that pregnant women are aware of the potential risks. If you do visit, we recommend not visiting the lambing area.