There’s been even more Christmas arrivals at Odds Farm Park with the birth of some adorable Jacob Lambs! All very cute, the new residents are settling in well to life on the farm and visitors can see them in the Undercover Animals Barns.
Visitors will be able to recognise the Jacob lambs as they have black and white faces and their wool is usually white covered in black or greyish marks. They also have brown, blue or beautiful marbled eyes and small ears.
As well as plenty more furry friends to meet, this Christmas Holiday, children will love to take part in the Daily Animal Activities and Demonstrations including Cow Milking, Egg Collecting, the Goat Show and Rabbit Time. Combined with the Indoor Play Barn, acres of Outdoor Adventure and madness and mayhem from the Crazy Entertainers, there’s so much fun at Odds Farm Park!
PLEASE NOTE, Odds Farm Park closes at 3.30pm on Christmas Eve and New Years Eve, so last entry is at 2.30pm and on these days, there will be no entertainer. Odds Farm Park is also closed on 25, 26 December and 1 January 2016.
Odds Farm Park is easily reached from Amersham, Beaconsfield, Ascot, Windsor, High Wycombe, Uxbridge, Marlow and Maidenhead. For more information, directions and prices visit www.oddsfarm.co.uk
Spring is well under way at Odds Farm Park with plenty of new arrivals to meet. Just in time for Half Term week, children will be pleased to hear that the farmers welcomed triplet lambs on Sunday 8 February and, with plenty more lambs due, visitors on a day out may be lucky and see one born.
Children on a day out will also be delighted to learn that they can meet some adorable Aylesbury Ducklings who have arrived for a holiday at the farm this Half Term!
Children on a day out will be pleased to learn, they can meet the new arrivals and plenty more furry friends in the Undercover Animals Barns. Combined with a jam-packed Animal Activity and Demonstration Programme, there’s so much to do!
Family day out favourite, Odds Farm Park is easily reached from Beaconsfield, Amersham, Chesham, Gerrards Cross, High Wycombe, Great Missenden and Wendover. For more information, directions and prices visit the family days out website www.oddsfarm.co.uk
Meet Gladys! Visitors on a day out to Odds Farm Park will love to meet plenty of cute new arrivals including the adorable Gladys – a WhiteFaced Woodland Lamb. Born to mum, Cherry, and dad, Edward, Gladys is settling in well to life on the Farm and visitors can meet her in the Undercover Animal Barns. Gladys is just one of plenty more cute fluffy newborn lambs at the farm.
Visitors to the farm will be interested to learn the Whitefaced Woodland is a large and hardy breed of hill sheep in which both ewes and rams have horns.
The Whitefaced Woodland is one of the largest of British hill breeds and they are strong-boned and robust. Their wool is white and finer than that of many other hill breeds, being suitable for the manufacture of knitting or hosiery wool.
As well as meeting plenty of furry friends, visitors on a day out can take part in or watch a number daily Animal Activities and Demonstrations. For more information on daily Animal Activities & Demonstrations, families should visit the Daily Activities page of the Odds Farm Park website at www.oddsfarm.co.uk
Also taking place over Half Term, families will love the madness and mayhem of the children’s entertainers and their daily shows. And, all the extra fun is included in entry.
Elsewhere at Odds Farm Park, children will love to discover the Giant Indoor Playbarn, where they’ll find a massive adventure play area including 4 lane Astra Slide, 2 large drop slides, a netted area with zig zag chicanes & tunnels, swinging ropes and much more. With special Toddler and Under 5’s areas, there’s bags of fun for all ages. Plus adults can relax with a delicious speciality coffee from the Espresso Bar!
Odds Farm Park is easily reached from Amersham, Chesham, Gerrards Cross, High Wycombe, Slough and Windsor. For more information, directions and prices visit the family days out website www.oddsfarm.co.uk