Lambing at Whirlow Hall Farm Trust

Wednesday 19th & Thursday 20th February 2020
11am – 3pm

Whirlow Hall Farm Trust are opening their barn doors early this year and inviting you to meet their gorgeous new-born lambs during February’s half term. Come and get a glimpse of life at a working farm preparing to herald in the springtime. You’ll have the chance to get up close to adorable additions and a brand new selection of rare breed sheep. There will be something new for the whole family to learn about the busy farming tradition of lambing. Watch new-borns frolic, play and feed, and if you’re lucky you might even see some being born!cute lamb

There’ll be loads to do and loads to see on your fun packed visit to the farm throughout the two day event. A selection of family entertainment activities including pony riding, free craft activities for children, slime making, forest school activities, face painting, puzzle trail, Punch & Judy shows Storytelling sessions, and the chance to visit chickens, small animals and the horses. Throughout the event, our excellent farm shop and café (with delicious homemade cakes on offer), will be open, as will the famous Whirlow BBQ!

It is an educational charity working with children across South Yorkshire, to improve the aspirations and life chances of vulnerable young people outside of mainstream education, in the belief that every child deserves the opportunity to learn and develop to their full potential, whatever their circumstances. By attending their events you are supporting this valuable work that they do with local children & young people. All the money raised at the event will go toward supporting the charitable work of the trust.

*Entrance to the Farm is priced at:

Children under 14: £4,   Adults: £5,

Family Ticket £16 (x2 children, x2 adults), under twos go free,

FREE PARKING

Some activities are chargeable separately

Pregnant Women are not permitted to enter the Lambing Barn

For more info visit

Email: events@whirlowhallfarm.org

Phone: 0114 235 2678

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