Plan Your Visit

We are delighted that you are considering a visit to the Farm! You should find everything you need to know about planning your visit here. If you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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Opening Hours

We're open from 10.00am - 5.00pm, Tuesday to Sunday during term time. 7 days a week during school holidays, and bank holidays.

Opening Hours
Deer in field at sunrise
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Admission Costs

Free for Under 2's. Admission prices listed include tractor/trailer rides. Why not consider a yearly pass with unlimited admission during our normal opening hours?

Admission Costs
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Book Tickets

How exciting, you’re almost ready to visit us at the Farm! Book your tickets here and we look forward to seeing you very soon!

Book Tickets
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Farm Map

Download our farm map and see what fun activities are waiting to be discovered.

Farm Map
Farm-Map
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How to Find Us

We are ideally situated, less than 5 miles from the M4 and are delighted to offer you free parking in our on site car park. Bicycles are welcome and we encourage people to make use of public transport options.

How to Find Us
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Visiting the Farm with a Baby or Toddler

Greenmeadow Community Farm is a fantastic place to explore with your baby/toddler ... a magical time in their life (and yours!) where you will see them grow in confidence and experience. We have provided this information to hopefully help make your visit easier and more enjoyable!

Visiting the Farm with a Baby or Toddler
Toddler visiting the chickens
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Pre-visit Health & Safety Information

We are really proud of what we do here at Greenmeadow and want all of our visitors to enjoy an exciting, educational experience. As you are no doubt aware, visiting any farm can never be free from all risks. Farm animals, even those that look clean and healthy, carry infections that can be harmful to people.

Pre-visit Health & Safety Information
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Information for Pregnant Visitors

Anyone visiting a farm should pay particular attention to hygiene and handwashing in order to avoid possible contamination and potentially illness. Pregnant ladies should be especially careful - even more so when visiting us during lambing season.

Information for Pregnant Visitors
Jacob Sheep and Lamb
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