Honeysuckle Farm FAQs

Honeysuckle Farm FAQs

 

The farm is a small and family owned business and so we are often very busy and are unable to answer all questions individually.  The answers to the most frequently asked questions are listed below:

 

Honeysuckle Farm is a family owned and operated working farm  

 

The farm is open to the public on weekends and holidays between March and September (see homepage for exact dates on the calendar)

 

Opening times are 10am to 5pm with the last admission at 4pm

 

Current prices are available on the homepage

 

The farm accepts cash and card payment

 

No dogs other than assistance dogs are allowed on the farm

 

Pregnant women should avoid contact with sheep and goats

 

We are unable to offer work experience on the farm

 

We are unable to take in animals on the farm

 

If you would like assistance with a charity event then please send an SAE to the farm with a covering letter and we will try and send a free entry pass to use as a raffle prize

 

We are unable to accept group bookings at weekends and in the holidays

 

Any other questions please use the contact form on this site (we do reserve the right not to reply) or talk to us on the farm

The farm is a small and family owned business and so we are often very busy and are unable to answer all questions individually.  The answers to the most frequen

Honeysuckle Farm FAQs

 

The farm is a small and family owned business and so we are often very busy and are unable to answer all questions individually.  The answers to the most frequently asked questions are listed below:

 

Honeysuckle Farm is a family owned and operated working farm  

 

The farm is open to the public on weekends and holidays between March and September (see homepage for exact dates on the calendar)

 

Opening times are 10am to 5pm with the last admission at 4pm

 

Current prices are available on the homepage

 

The farm accepts cash and card payment

 

No dogs other than assistance dogs are allowed on the farm

 

Pregnant women should avoid contact with sheep and goats

 

We are unable to offer work experience on the farm

 

We are unable to take in animals on the farm

 

If you would like assistance with a charity event then please send an SAE to the farm with a covering letter and we will try and send a free entry pass to use as a raffle prize

 

We are unable to accept group bookings at weekends and in the holidays

 

Any other questions please use the contact form on this site (we do reserve the right not to reply) or talk to us on the farm

tly asked questions are listed below:

 

Honeysuckle Farm is a family owned and operated working farm  

 

The farm is open to the public on weekends and holidays between March and September (see homepage for exact dates on the calendar)

 

Opening times are 10am to 5pm with the last admission at 4pm

 

Current prices are available on the homepage

 

The farm accepts cash and card payment

 

No dogs other than assistance dogs are allowed on the farm

 

Pregnant women should avoid contact with sheep and goats

 

We are unable to offer work experience on the farm

 

We are unable to take in animals on the farm

 

If you would like assistance with a charity event then please send an SAE to the farm with a covering letter and we will try and send a free entry pass to use as a raffle prize

 

We are unable to accept group bookings at weekends and in the holidays

 

Any other questions please use the contact form on this site (we do reserve the right not to reply) or talk to us on the farm

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Honeysuckle Farm FAQs

The farm is a small and family owned business and so we are often very busy and are unable to answer all questions individually.  The answers to the most frequently asked questions are listed below:

Honeysuckle Farm is a family owned and operated working farm  

The farm is open to the public on weekends and holidays between March and September (see homepage for exact dates on the calendar)

Opening times are 10am to 5pm with the last admission at 4pm

Current prices are available on the homepage

The farm accepts cash and card payment

No dogs other than assistance dogs are allowed on the farm

Pregnant women should avoid contact with sheep and goats

We are unable to offer work experience on the farm

We are unable to take in animals on the farm

If you would like assistance with a charity event then please send an SAE to the farm with a covering letter and we will try and send a free entry pass to use as a raffle prize

We are unable to accept group bookings at weekends and in the holidays 

Any other questions please use the contact form on this site (we do reserve the right not to reply) or talk to us on the farm