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Days out! Bocketts Farm Park

For a family friendly day out, head to Bocketts Farm Park. Here are 9 things to know before you go.

feed the animals at bocketts farm park

1. It’s a working farm.

That means there are literally hundreds of animals to see, from cutesy cute fluffy chicks to goats and llamas, cows and horses. And if you’re lucky, you’ll also get to see baby animals like lambs, piglets, chicks and calves.

2. It’s on a big site, and there’s lots to see and do.

So get there early if you want to get around it all! As well as the animals, there are outdoor play areas (one that’s brilliant for small kids and one for older kids), and the indoor soft play barn has just re-opened with a four-lane astro slide and a baby zone. So while it’s nice if the sun is shining, there’s still plenty to do here if it’s wet. (And during the winter month it’s heated!) The farm is open 7 days a week from 10am to 5.30pm.

3. A bit of bounce

trampolines at bocketts farm park

There are plenty of opportunities for bouncing with trampolines, which are suitable for all ages. There are also bouncing pillows – one for big kids and one for toddlers.

4. What’s for lunch?

The Old Barn Tea Rooms is temporarily closed for lunch but next to the indoor soft play is the Cow Shed Coffee Bar which offers up light lunches and kids’ picnic boxes, plus coffee and cake. There are plenty of picnic tables – both inside and out – so it’s also great if you want to pack your own picnic. The Snack Shack is open for takeaway drinks, snacks and ice cream (weather permitting).

5. Feed the animals

There are plenty of opportunities to meet the animals all around the farm – in the Animal Discovery Barn, Little Hoppington Village, Stable Yard and on both Farm Walks outside. You can buy the feed on the way in, too if you want to feed the animals. And if you fancy petting the animals, that’s okay too. It’s at set times though, so don’t forget to check them. There is a small animal village – called Little Hoppington – which was really quiet. It was nice to have some chill out time in here looking at birds and bunnies. Adults must now wear a mask in Little Hoppington.

6. Tractor rides

tractor rides at bocketts farm park

The tractor rides come highly recommended. They run throughout the day taking you all over the farm. And as well as the great views, the staff have some great stories to tell about the farm. The cost is £1.50.

7. Parking

Parking is a doddle. There’s loads of it, and stewards direct you to your spot. Even getting from the carpark to the farm is easy, with walkways and clear signage.

8. Kitchen garden

kitchen garden at bocketts farm park

Explore the kitchen garden to see the homegrown home grown herbs, fruits and vegetables, some of which are used in the Bocketts’ kitchens to make homemade jams and chutneys, soups and puddings. And if you’re lucky, you might also see the peacocks wandering around.

9. Cost

You must book tickets in advance It’s £12.95 for adults, £13.95 for kids aged 3-17 and £11.75 for 2 year olds. Under twos are free.

Bocketts Farm Park is at Young Street, Fetcham, Leatherhead, Surrey KT22 9BS

bockettsfarm.co.uk

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