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We are a small, family owned childrens farm, operating for over 30 years! With lots of friendly farm animals, we are mostly undercover so weather does not cause US any problems!
Enjoy the walks and see the animals at Northycote Farm Wolverhampton, plus lots of regular family events.
The 70 acre semi-rural site offers a wide range of activities including: - skiing - snow boarding - climbing - bridging - canoeing - kayaking - bellboating - archery - toboganning and much more! There is a Pingu ski school for kids aged 4 to 7, on Sundays and we offer great activities for kids parties.
We have been successfully providing football coaching for tens of thousands of children across Coventry and Warwickshire since 1993. Our holiday camps run during every school holiday at venues across Coventry and Warwickshire.
All of our camps aim to provide high quality football coaching with outstanding value for money for all young players.
Set in 126 acres of prestigious Green Flag Award winning parkland, Stanborough Park offers a unique and challenging setting for a wide range of watersports and land based recreational and sporting activities.
Enjoy a visit to a traditional working farm in the heart of the world's first garden city. Standalone Farm is set in 170 acres of farmland. Standalone Farm especially welcomes children who want to learn about farming and raising animals as a part of their rural studies. As well as the animals, there are demonstrations and exhibitions, farm walks, there is something to interest everyone.
Enjoy light lunches & Homemade Cakes in our restored 19th Century barn and visit the enchanting farmhouse garden. This is a very small family-run open farm featuring very friendly farm animals that can be fed and stroked either in the farmyard in their paddocks. The small animal section includes rabbits and guineapigs. Other attractions and facilities include outdoor picnic and play areas, Emily's tea shop and garden.
The Triangle Community Garden is a non-profit-making project enabled by Hitchin Community Gardens. The community Garden was started in 1999 by a small group of local residents
A Great family day out at Rodbaston Visitor Centre. Visit the Animal Zone, home to a wide variety of exotic, farm and companion animals.
The Wildlife Park first started as a private wild animal sanctuary in 1979, when a young injured jackdaw was brought to us to look after. 'Jack' recovered and soon became one of the family.