Fun on the farm this Summer

Children can enjoy some fun on the farm this summer thanks to a holiday club with a difference.

Tuesday, 24th July 2018, 9:27 am
Updated Tuesday, 24th July 2018, 9:27 am

Hall Farm in Eastoft is hosting Farm Club the perfect place for children who love animals, being outdoors or are fascinated by farms.!

At Farm Club, the kids learn hands on how to look after alpacas, chickens, and pigs. And they’ll get the chance to feed the animals, muck out, walk the alpacas, collect eggs, and maybe even see an alpaca give birth.

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A spokesman from the farm said: “We believe in free range children, and they have the freedom to get mucky, be creative, grow their own food, and keep on moving.

“This is a great chance to make new friends, and bond over their love of animals and the outdoors. They’ll be set up with a new understanding of food and farming for their next school year.

“Over the course of the summer, we’ll have special sessions including: beekeeping, nature art, mini beast hunts, and an end of summer BBQ using the food they’ve been growing.”

Farm Club is running every Wednesday and Thursday throughout the summer holidays from 9.30am to 3pm. For £20 per session.

The children are looked after by trained and DBS checked staff, who will teach them all about the animals and where their food comes from.

If your child is really keen, you can get six or more sessions for just £15 each.

Any child over 5 is welcome to join our amazing mix of future farmers, just get in touch to find out more!

Hall Farm is a Care Farm that provide meaningful activities in a green space for just about everyone.

Service users range include those living with dementia, adults and children with autism to mainstream school children.

n To book a place, contact Caitlin on 07715 215718 or email at [email protected] More information is available at and social media @hallfarmeastoft.