Family Ticket to Sunderland Farm Plus One Bag of Animal Feed for £8 (50% Off)

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In a Nutshell

  • Entry to petting for family of four to farm and community centre
  • Bag of feed for the animals
  • Chance to get interactive with animals, plus lots of activities
  • Animals include calves, goats, lambs, ducklings, and piglets
  • Plant seeds, collect eggs, try woodwork, and make ice cream

The Fine Print

Validity: Expires 6 July 2013 (Excl. 6 and 27 May 2013).
Purchase: Limit 1 per family (up to 4 people). May buy multiple as gifts.
Redemption: Booking required. 48-hour cancellation policy.
Further information: Valid Mon-Thu 1pm-4pm; Sat 11am-3pm. Family of 4 must include at least 1 adult 18 or older. Additional guests can be added for a £2 per person, mention when booking. Original value verified 28 March 2013 at 11.48am.

Sunderland Farm boasts 28 acres of land, playing host to lambs, goats, piglets, and ponies. A family of four can head down to the farm Monday to Thursday, or on a Saturday, where educational activities, chances to get interactive with the animals, and fun tasks are on-hand to entertain.

Groupon Asks

Sunderland Farm is packed with community spirit, Groupon delves into all the goings-on at the centre.

What kind of things can visitors get involved with at the farm?
Guests can feed baby calves and stroke the little lambs, while the poultry house shows people how to sort and pack eggs. The goat shed is a spot where the animals are milked and ice-cream’s made, and garden and wildlife areas are places of exploration. The farm also has a workhouse, beehives, recycling plant, dene, hatchery, and a fruit maze.

Tell us more about the educational activities?
The farm also acts as a training centre for the local community, proving courses and apprenticeships. Partnered with Springboard and Sunderland college, the centre helps young people who want to try their hands at a different career.

What’s the farms ethos?
The farm is a non-profit organisation, and aims to help citizens to improve the quality of their lives, as well as aiming to improve the educational, social, and leisure opportunities of the local area.

What else goes on there?
The farm also hosts children’s birthday parties with themes including birds of prey, reptile, farmer, or pony. St Patricks Day and Easter were also celebrated at the farm, while the bike club teaches students how to fix up their bicycles.