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A nice variety of animals to see, not just your usual farm animals! A small bag of food is available for 50p if you wish to feed them as well. There’s also a woodland walk to go round. Doesn’t take a huge amount of time...More
Six of us arranged to meet early afternoon at Jimmy's. It had been on our bucket list for some time. I'd been before around 10 years ago so I already knew it was expensive (for what it is).
On arrival, no food in the restaurant...More
It was nice to visit but there aren’t really a lot of animals. Mainly goats and chickens. It only took us an hour to walk round the whole farm. Meat in the butchery was quite exspensive as well. It was an enjoyable visit just wouldn’t...More
On a beautiful sunny September day visited with a 32 month old Granddaughter and was asked her age ..honestly I answered "not quite 3"
Then her cost is £7.50 but you as an OAP can come in for £6.50.
Yes.. Came the answer ......More
Farm is great for kids and the wildlife trail is well thought out. However, avoid the restaurant. Had terrible service, poor waiters looked rushed off their feet. Food had a hair in it and had to be taken back, forgot our desserts and waited ages...More
Took my girlfriend and 9 yr old little girl for a day out to Jimmy's farm,had a walk around the small wildlife park,and fed a few of the animals.Listened as one of the keepers fed the Racoons(very informative),our little girl then had a chance to...More