We recognise our responsibility with regard to the health, safety and wellbeing of all of our staff and visitors in light of the coronavirus pandemic and are committed to following the advice and guidance provided by the government. For that reason, we’ve implemented a number of changes to the farm experience.
We’ll be strictly limiting the number of visitors who are able visit the farm during each session to ensure everyone has a safe and enjoyable experience. All visitors must book online in advance of their visit, we will not be selling tickets “on the door”. We have added new signs prior to entry to remind visitors not to enter the farm if they, or someone they have been in contact with in the last 14 days has had any symptoms of Covid-19. We’re providing lots of additional hand disinfecting facilities at regular intervals around the farm. We have increased the frequency of our cleaning regime throughout the day. We have limited the number of visitors inside the toilet facilities at one time and enhanced our regular cleaning regime. Some of our animal houses will remain closed to visitors. We’ve created “one-way only” systems to keep areas flowing and prevent overcrowding. We’ve put up lots of signs to remind people of social distancing and safety measures in place as friendly reminders to everyone on how to enjoy their day – these include floor markings in some areas to emphasise two-metre distancing.