Please ensure that you thoroughly wash your hands before
eating at the farm or leaving the farm. Whilst we take every
care to ensure the cleanliness of the site there remains a small
risk to health of bacterial infections.
By entering onto the premisis you are responsible for the
actions of your children and any younsters in your care. Animals
can bite and care should be taken to ensure that childrens hands
etc are kept away from danger.
Please ensure you wear sensible footwear when visiting the
farm. Although they are rarely seen we do have Adders here and
care should be taken to stay on the marked paths. We cannot
allow visitors to enter animal paddocks with inappropriate
Safety Around Animals
Under no circumstances should any visitor enter animal
enclosures unless escorted by a staff member. All under 16's
must be accompanied by an adult. Please be aware that animals
can be boisterous and smaller children could be pushed over.
Goats like eating clothes and long hair. They also have sharp
horns and whilst they are very friendly they could hurt a child
if they stand on you or catch you with their horns.
No dogs are allowed into the animal enclosures.
Please ensure that you read and understand all safety notices on
site, they are there for your comfort and enjoyment.
Risk assessments are on site and are available on request.