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The Amelia Trust Farm is a 160 acre working farm, Care Farm and registered charity. We are a school intervention and alternative curriculum provider. The Trusts core objective is to support and educate vulnerable and disadvantaged young people. We...more
Amelia Trust Farm Five Mile Lane | Vale of Glamorgan, Barry CF62 3AS, Wales
On the off chance, we visited for breakfast (Monday morning), it was quiet so basically had the coffee shop to ourselves, service was quick and staff polite. There was plenty of history to read within the coffee shop, how the trust was started. Plenty for...More
We have regularly visited here over the years. Because it’s local we’ve always gone for an hour or two but now that they’ve introduced charges I think will becoming less as I don’t feel there is enough in the park to warrant paying that much...More
Have been here a lot with my kids as it was free and because I cannot afford to take my kids out anywhere I doubt we will visit as often now as it’s no longer free... I understand that it is a charity but maybe...More
My children (7 and 10) really enjoy the walks and more secluded places around the farm. The animals are clean and well cared for and they enjoy a quick look but it is the woodland trails they prefer. We like the organic produce stall which...More
Ok if your looking for a nice little walk around the farm and woodland.
Not many animals to see at all, o.k for my 2 year old but 9 year old got bored.
Cafe food o.k, cafe staff a little miserable, could do with some...More
The animals are cute and is perfect for little children <3years. Great park. Nice I buy little pots of herbs and the woodland walk is just enough to keep the small ones busy. Only draw back is you have to walk past the park on...More
Not much to do, could get close to the only animals we could see as the paths were all muddy as they were grass - the indoor petting area was closed even though we visited on the weekend!
Only good thing about it was it...More