Lambing At Willows Farm!

We often go to Willows Farm Village in St Albans. It’s outside of London but it literally takes us half an hour to drive there from where we live in the East and even if you don’t drive you can go by public transport.

It always amazes me how they manage to change the WHOLE farm for all different times of the year. At Christmas it becomes a festive grotto, Halloween sees pumpkin picking and other ghoulie treats and Easter becomes an egg filled party! They literally decorate the place from top to bottom, change the activities and make it special to each time of year (not just the ones I mentioned); it’s wonderful!

In February half term they had the start of the lambing season and with spring flowers at every turn we went to see the baby lambs! Gosh this farm is wonderful! If you haven’t been it’s a must! A whole day out with shows, soft play, indoor play, trucks to drive, tractors to ride on, old fashioned fairground rides and so much more! It’s one of our faves!

Look how much fun we had last week, even though it was cold and we had to keep going to play inside to warm up!

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Fairground rides!

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Tristan the tractor!

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Lots of lovely animals including the baby lambs!

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Indoor play when it got cold!

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The farm is so much fun!

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Back outside for another play before home!

I can’t wait for a warmer day so that we can go again and have a sunny day at the farm and play on the trampolines and go panning for gold! The farm is ace in the winter but it’s even better in the sunshine!

I was given complimentary tickets in return for an honest review.

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  1. I should blog about our time there in the Summer. We had an AMAZING day but it cost 28 pounds for just Aaron and I to get in (my SIL and 2 x nieces used Tesco vouchers). I tried to get complimentary entrance in exchange for a review but Customer Service (who did reply to my emails) put me in touch with their PR company who did not even bother to reply. I was thoroughly unimpressed by that, so did not publish my photos or review. They are silly as my review of Thomas Land has had 11k views. Ah well. Well done you on getting the free entrance – great farm xx

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