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The Cotswold Farm Park was established in 1971 as the very first of its kind and was recently voted Farm Park of the Year 2003. It has since been much imitated and continues to be very popular with animal lovers and children especially.
Pinky  and Perky !
The Park has an unrivalled collection of rare breeds of British farm animals including cattle, sheep, pigs, goats, horses, poultry and waterfowl. The farm succeeds in combining its serious aims of conservation and education with entertaining the many visitors.

In the spring a popular attraction is to see the ewes giving birth to the lambs in the Lambing Shed. They don't seem embarrassed by all the attention and just concentrate on the job in hand.

The Farm Park is part of the Bemborough Farm, run by Adam Henson, son of one of the original partners Joe Henson and John Neave who remain shareholders in the business. Bemborough Farm is a typical Cotswold mixed farm and covers some 650 hectares in total.

The Cotswold Farm Park offers many activities both entertaining and educational, including:-
  • The Farm Safari tractor and trailer ride
  • The Tractor School with battery operated tractors
  • The Touch Barn where visitors can get closer to the smaller animals and ask the staff questions
  • A complimentary Audiotour 'Animals through the Ages'
  • Seasonal demonstrations of Lambing, bottle feeding, shearing and milking
  • Demonstrations of working animals such as Oxen
  • Adventure Playground for children
  • Kitchen for refreshments and a Gift Shop.
A visit should entertain the family for several hours and also keep the kids amused.
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View of Cotswold Farm Park

New Lambs

Three little Piglets

Feeding Time

Young Goat