Farm fun day for all

PUBLISHED: 16:33 30 May 2011

Farm day

Farm day


A CROW Country farm is set to open its doors to the public for a free fun day.

Manor Farm, in Harlton, will host a variety of attractions ranging from pony rides, to a hog roast, as well as giving visitors the chance to see how their food is produced.

Farmer Paula Banks said: “It’s a wonderful and rare opportunity to see a real working farm.

This year we have so much to see and do including machinery demonstrations, sit in the tractors, pony rides, face painting, educational stands, craft stalls, hog roast, tea coffee and cakes and much more!

“For animal lovers we have goats to feed, eggs to collect, ponies, chickens, a pig and a baby goose.

“Why not make a day of it and bring a picnic to enjoy with friends and family, down on the farm?”

The event, which takes place next Sunday, has been organised as part of Linking Environment and Farming’s national Open Farm Sunday.


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