Bottle feeding the lambs will be held at 1.30pm each day
Visit the ewes in the indoor animal barn
See the new lambs in the animal barn
Hand Milking and Parlour Milking…..
Hand milking and parlour milking will recommence at May Half term.
With another batch of lambs due at Easter we are utilising the barn for the Ewes giving birth which gives you a chance to see this marvellous spectacle at Easter.
Our exciting soft play construction zone
‘Little Oswestry’ Role Play Village
Our 3D spatial climbing globe is a brilliant addition to our outdoor play facilities, it is the first natural globe installed in a UK farm park so come along and try it out…..
Down on the farm our guinea pigs are always popular, they are so cute…..
And we have lots of goats in the interactive animal barn
Lots of driving fun
Ready, set, go, on the Barrel train
Pick the winner in the Pig Race
Trenches through the Ages…
In conjunction with Oswestry Town Museum we have opened an exhibition of replica ‘WW1Trenches’ where you can journey through the extensive trench system to get a feel of the nature of this type of Warfare
Seen here is Mark Hignett from Oswestry Town Museum whose foresight got this wonderful ‘Shropshire Remembers’ project underway and he is responsible for building the vast labyrinth of trenches which are a representative example of the types of trenches from both World Wars and modern bastion cage walls of more recent conflicts.
Visitors will be able to tour through the network of trenches and visit the ‘HQ’ hidden in the depths of this elaborate network. Each set of trenches is accessible from the other and stretches over hundreds of metres.
From September school visits will be available for the Trenches Experience, the World War One exhibition, Welsh Guards and combined with farm activities for a full day out
Our 40m Zip Wire….
Popular with everyone, you’ll find it by the Crazy Farm Adventure Course
New Look Driving School
The Driving school has had a fantastic makeover!
The new farmyard scenes around the driving school look amazing, yet another reason to try out the driving school
World War One Exhibit
A prestigious private collection owned by Matthew Lucas, Historic Advisor to the Western Front Organisation, has been generously made available to Stan Evans of the Welsh Guards Museum for the duration of the Centenary Commemorations
In the exhibition you will find uniforms, headgear, footgear, and weaponry used in the First World War from all the Allied nations; along with a partially reconstructed trench complete with its own ‘khazi!’ (latrine).The ‘trench’ structure has been donated by Blenheim Palace in recognition for help given to them by Stan for an exhibition now showing at Blenheim.Kids can look through a periscope into ‘No mans land’ where the horrors of war are depicted in a stunning mural created by ex Welsh Guardsman and artist Will Kevins. The mural has been specifically commissioned for the exhibition.
You can visit the exhibition during the normal opening hours of Park Hall and it is included in the entrance price. Yet another amazing addition to our diverse activities at the farm.