Odds Farm Park’s beautiful Eriskay Pony, Lottie, is now back at this Children’s Farm following her summer holiday.
Lottie was born at Odds Farm Park on 11 August 2003 and she loves meeting children on a family day out. Lottie’s coat is a beautiful dark bay with flecks of grey, which is unusual for Eriskays as once adult they are normally all grey. Always up for a pat, she is enjoying her return and meeting those on a day out with the kids.
Modern Eriskay Ponies are the last surviving remnants of the original native ponies of the Western Isles of Scotland. Had Lottie been around in the 19th century, she would have be working every day, undertaking tasks such as pulling carts, harrowing and even taking children to school.
Other Ponies at Odds Farm Park include Exmoor and Shetland Ponies, plus we have two Donkeys called Mary & Joseph.
Odds Farm Park is a great venue for family days out and is located within easy reach from North London, West London, Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire. For more information to arrange a day out with the kids, visit the main childrens farm website, www.oddsfarm.co.uk
New Adventure Maze Layout
At Children’s Farm Odds Farm Park, kids on a family day out during the school holidays will be able to enjoy a brand new Adventure Maze layout and brand new maze theme. With an emphasis on fun and learning, children need to help the farmer find his lost equipment to complete the harvest. Left, right, back, forwards young explorers will love finding them all!
The Adventure Maze was added to the children’s farm in 2008 and is always a massive family day out favourite. Plus with the layout constantly changing, there’s always a new maze for children to solve. Elsewhere at Odds Farm Park, children on a day out can win a badge in the Sheep Racing, zoom round the Go Kart track, run wild on the Outdoor Log Play Adventure area’s and meet numerous baby animals.
This award winning childrens farm is great for a family day out and easily reached from Berkshire, Oxfordshire, North London, West London and Buckinghamshire. To visit the children’s day out website, visit oddsfarm.co.uk
Lambs Go Out To Play
With the summer here, the last of Odds Farm Park’s lambs have just been weaned from their mums and released into the field for the summer and are looking forward to meeting you on your family days out.
At this childrens farm, there are 6 different breeds of lambs to see including Balwens, Jacob, Castlemilk Moorit, Greyface Dartmoor, Whitefaced Woodland and Herdwicks. Now between 4 and 6 months old, the lambs no longer rely upon their mothers for milk but do still enjoy cheeky play; always enjoyable to watch on a day out with the kids.
Kids visiting Odds Farm Park on a family day out can also enjoy plenty of play themselves, either on the Go Karts, in the Adventure Maze, on the Outdoor Log Play Areas or at the Dipple Playing Field.
Providing a great family day out, Odds Farm Park can be easily reached from Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, North London and West London. For more information to arrange to visit this childrens farm, the family days out website, www.oddsfarm.co.uk
Great Memento Of A Family Day Out
Anyone who has been to Odds Farm Park, knows this childrens farm has an excellent Gift Shop and this Summer, those on a family day out, have a new summer range to browse, alongside much loved ‘old favourites’.
Recently introduced is a childrens Farm Activity Pack. Complete with puzzles, pens, colouring books and quizzes, it’s a great way of extending the fun of your day out with the kids. Currently it’s available at a special introductory price of £1.99.
The new summer Gift Shop range also includes cuddly farm toys, farm books, kids funky farm teeshirts and great sunhats; each providing a fantastic memento of a great family day out. Elsewhere at Odds Farm Park, family days out include meeting new baby animals and hundreds of Furry Friends, joining in with Hands-on Animal Activities and watching the fun and educational Animal Demonstrations.
Odds Farm Park is a childrens farm easily reached from West London, North London, Berkshire, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire. For the family days out website, visit www.oddsfarm.co.uk
Rodney Pig Loves Odds Farm Park
Odds Farm Park’s mascot Rodney Pig has had a busy year to date. Since arriving at the Farm Park, Rodney Pig has had a great time helping the farmers feed the animals and even helped with Egg Collecting. Rodney is a cheeky little piglet and very friendly.
He loves meeting kids visiting on a day out, as do Odds Farm Parks other Furry Friends. The rabbits in Rabbit World love to be stroked, the ponies adore being patted and the greedy sheep and goats can’t get enough of the yummy food children can hand feed. Currently there are also plenty of goat families with baby kids at this children’s farm….very, very cute!
Odds Farm Park provides a great family day out and can be easily reached from Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, North London and West London. For more information to arrange a day out with the kids, visit the main childrens farm website www.oddsfarm.co.uk
All Aboard For A Fun Tour Of The Farm
Summer is a great time of year for a family day out at childrens farm Odds Farm Park and there is no better way for kids to see all it has to offer than on the Tractor & Trailer Ride. Once onboard, the Tractor & Trailer Ride takes the whole family around this childrens farm, through animal paddocks and even includes a fun Audio Commentary (NEW for 2009).
Odds Farm Park is a children’s farm, easily reached from Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, West London, North London and Oxfordshire. Just minutes away from Junction 2 of the M40. To plan days out at the farm this summer, visit www.oddsfarm.co.uk.