Daily from 27 May until 4 June, to celebrate the opening of the new Adventure Fort, join Odds Farm’s medieval friends for a week of fantastic fun! Enjoy the Duel Show, graduate from Knight School and meet Pester the Jester in the Arts & Crafts Marquee to make fantastic Arts & Crafts!
MORE MAY HALF TERM FUN
As well as acres of indoor and outdoor play to discover and plenty of furry friends to meet, May Half Term also sees the return of the ever-popular Sheep Racing Activity to Odds Farm Park! With a specially built mini race track with jumps and bends, eager sheep with miniature jockeys,if you guess the winning sheep, you” take home a Medal! (Sheep Racing is weather permitting).
Plus, it’s so exciting! Taking place just once a year, Sheep Shearing is back from 27 May until 2 June! With over 100 sheep at the farm, Odds Farm Park’s Sheep Shearing is an event not to be missed!
May Half Term Timetable
|All Day||Arts & Crafts with Pester the Jester||Marquee next to the Animal Barns|
|11.00am to 5pm (Every Hour)||Sheep Shearing (27 May – 2 June Only)||Demonstration Barn|
|11.00am to 5pm (Every Hour)||Tractor & Trailer Rides (Weather Permitting)||Tractor Stop behind Adventure Play/Sand & Water Play Area|
|11.00am to 5pm (Every Hour)||Bunny Time||Demonstration Barn|
|11.00am||Show: Knight School||Marquee next to the Gift Shop|
|11.30am||Sheep Racing||Sheep Racing Track – Dipple Field|
|12.00pm||Show: Duel!||Marquee next to the Gift Shop|
|12.30pm||Bottle Feeding Kid Goats||Demonstration Barn|
|1.00pm||Show: Knight School||Marquee next to the Gift Shop|
|1.30pm||Egg Collecting||Go to Meeting Point outside Animal Barns|
|2.00pm||Show: Duel!||Marquee next to the Gift Shop|
|2.30pm||The Goat Show||Demonstration Barn|
|3.00pm||Show: Knight School||Marquee next to the Gift Shop|
|3.30pm||Sheep Racing||Sheep Racing Track – Dipple Field|
|4.00pm||Show: Duel!||Marquee next to the Gift Shop|
|4.30pm||Piggies Tea Time||Go to Meeting Point outside Animal Barns|
Odds Farm Park is located just minutes from Junction 2 of the M40, near Beaconsfield.