Went there on Tuesday with my friend's weins. They had been there but it was my first time. Was really busy but with the car park bein so big it was easy to park. Went to reception and the girl behind couldn't of been nicer. She asked was it my first time and told me where to go on the map provided and the special activities taking place that day. It was thanks to her we went straight to the dog obstacle course which the weins loved.
At the dog obstacle course the girl doing it think her name was helen was so enthusiastic about it and good at telling the people about what she was about to do and even managed to get a few laughs.
The workers care for the animals so well and actually care about their welfare. They are constantly going from one to the other feeding and cooling them.
Went to see the chicks and there was a sign about if you wanted to hold one then feel free to go and get a member of staff. But i didnt have to do that as I barely even got the first line read and a girl who had seen us goin in came in asking if we wanted to hold one.
There's so much to see and do but I'd be here all day if I wrote it.
all in all great farm and even greater customer service!
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