Free Range Farm Tour For Two Adults (£6) or Family of Five (£10) at Townhead Farm (Up to 56% Off)
- Free-range, working farm in Helensburgh countryside
- Breeds chickens, turkeys, sheep, and native pigs
- Dry stone-walling and tacking courses
- Work experience placements
- Hour long tour of animals and how they live
- Learn where food comes from and what farming life is like
- Admission to the rest of the farm
- Seasonal produce on offer
Limit 1 per 2 people or family (up to 2 adults and 3 children). May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required online via http://grouponbookings.co.uk/townhead-farm/ from 14 June at 12pm. 48 hour cancellation policy. Valid for children under 16 years; all children must be supervised by an adult. Tour lasts approx. 60-90 minutes. Wellington boots and weather-appropriate clothing required. Farm is accessible via rough road; vehicles with low ground clearance should take care. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 31 May 2012 at 9.39am.
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Although he had strived to expand his farm’s educational mission, Old McDonald could only express things beginning with E, I, or O. Let your wild side out with today's Groupon from Townhead Farm. Choose from the following options:• £6 for a free range farm tour for two adults (50% off)
• £10 for a free range farm tour for two adults and up to three children (up to 56% off)
Keeping a host of happy critters comfortable in the lush Helensburgh countryside, Townhead Farm provides free-range accommodation and farm-to-fork learning experiences for the animal in all of us. Buzzing rescued bees and clucking chickens dot the green fields of the farm, where all the animals are reared outdoors with an eye for happiness and comfort. Expanding a naturalist agenda with dry stone-walling and tacking courses, the farm also offers work experience for budding green-thumbs and animal carers alike.
Walking through the coops and pens of chirping animals, children and adults can expect to learn the ins and outs of free range and natural farming during their 60 minute tour. Customers will be able to get up-close and personal with bleating lambs and quacking ducks while a tour guide imparts educational facts on the merits of free-range livestock and daily life on the farm. Taking in views of the River Clyde, families can then peruse the rest of the farm with choice seasonal produce offerings available for purchase, such as free range eggs or cuts of pork and lamb.