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Join us at Hatfield Park Farm, now open for the 2014 season!

Come along and feed the traditional breeds of sheep and goats - we also have rare Bagot goats as seen on BBC Countryfile at Adam's Farm. There are ducks, geese, turkeys, Hungarian Woolly pigs and cattle too!

Lambing 2014 has started with two sets of lambs being born this week.

Easter Fun!!!!
It’s as easy as 1,2,3……
1) Come to the farm over the Easter holidays and search for the yellow rosettes that are around the farm. Each rosette has a letter on and they go to make the name of a tasty treat eaten at Easter.
2 )Hand in your answer at the kiosk to receive a small prize
3 )Fill out your contact details and post your entry in the box.to enter the Grand Easter Draw.
Easy peasy !!!!!!
1st prize – Hatfield Park Season ticket (1 adult and up to3 children)
2nd prize – Free adoption pack for one of the breeds on the farm
3rd prize – Complimentary tickets to the farm

The draw will take place on Monday 21st April at 5pm

New location for the popular miniature train – it’s at the top of the farm!
The miniature train will run between 11am and 5pm on weekends, bank holidays and all school holidays. Train rides are part of the Hatfield Park Farm experience only and visitors can enjoy their 'free ride' with a valid Hatfield Park Farm ticket.

Don't be an ass, come and see the donkeys! "Jock, Dingo, Shaggy and Donald" are looking forward to the 2014 season

Fostered from The Donkey Sanctuary in Sidmouth, Devon; Jock, Dingo, Shaggy and Donald arrived at Hatfield Park Farm last year and have been settled well into their new home. They all have cheeky characters and love lots of attention. This season they have moved into a larger paddock with goats as neighbours. You can "Meet the Donkeys" when they appear in the arena area where farm staff give an insight into the history of the donkey and the day-to-day care they need. Get up close and personal with your favourite donkey!

Enjoy walking amongst the paddocks to see the animals grazing or maybe take advantage of the feeding stations and see them up close. Children can play in the sand pits, bounce around on the tractor tyres and climb up and over the wooden tractor.

There are free regular tractor rides around the farm daily as part of your Hatfield Park Farm experience.

See the blackboard at the farm entrance for details of all the activities available on the day of your visit such as daily shows, talks and demo's on the animals given by the Hatfield Park Farm staff.

*From April onwards there will be "lambing live", bottle fed lambs and also shearing in the marquee during the summer*

There's always something going on down on Hatfield Park Farm!

Party @ Bloody Hollow Adventure Play Area!
At Hatfield Park, there's an exciting adventure play area, Bloody Hollow. This is the ideal setting for an outdoors DIY children's party. For just £1 per person (under 3yrs free) your child can play safely. Bring and enjoy a picnic style tea while Mum and Dad enjoy a rest. Why not treat the children to a farm visit and tractor ride as well! (normal charges apply)