It's a lovely little farm park. A lot of volunteer workers which is nice to see and it helps the community get involved.
It's not a very big place but there's 2 park areas, one for under 120cm with bike, trikes balance bars, small slide, see-saw and a sand pit. The other park has a little obstacle area with sand.
You can feed the animals, bags of animal food sold in cafe and entrance £1.00 per bag.
There is animal handling for the hamsters, bearded dragons and geckos which is free.
They do a meerkat handling also which cost £35 but I'm not sure about any other details.
They also have a little mini golf area too.
There is a cafe which sells hot and cold food along with drinks and cheap ice lollies and ice cream (the ones when we went were all 75p)
It only takes a hour or so to get around but you could easily make it last longer.
Toilets and baby change are there. Sinks outside to wash hands after feeding and handling animals. Also hand gel around the farm.
They have a little woodland walk way as well for you to explore, which has a free picnic tables and benches around. If you go far enough you will also see fairy houses.
Animals they have are tortiouses, goats, pigs,sheep, goats, donkey, alpacas, chickens, turkeys, walaby, meerkats, parrots, snakes, breaded dragons, geekos, hamsters, rabbits, owls, other birds.
Under 2's are free everyone else is about £4.95.
But keep looking on groupon as sometimes they have offers. I got 2 adults and 3 children package for £9.00 with 2 bags of feed,
they have another one 1adult and 1 child £5.00 with 1 bag of feed.