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St Augustines Farm is open everyday of the school holidays, and Wednesday to Saturday in term time, with daily activities to keep the kids busy! Come and bottle feed the calves, cuddle a guinea-pig and climb the straw bales in the indoor Big Barn...more
St Augustines Farm, Arlingham, Gloucestershire GL2 7JR Passage Road, Arlingham GL2 7JR, England
Visited today and absolutely disgusted with how this women keeps her animals. We live local and decided to give it a try, everywhere old and worn which is fine I can look through that, what I cant ignore is how the animals are treated! All...More
We took our 20 month granddaughter yesterday. She loved it, so much for her to do. We could have spent more time here. We thought it was well thought out. She loved seeing the chickens, feeding the pigs, playing with the water and playing with...More
What a beautiful place to bring the little ones. Out in the fresh air surrounded by beautiful unspoilt countryside and say hello to the animals whilst learning a little about farming. Totally organic and family run.
Lovely day outside. It cost us £15 to get in (an adult, OAP and 3 year old!)
I was a little disappointed with the few animals the farm has although it was very hands on. The farm has llamas, pigs, calves, sheep and Shetland Ponies....More
My friend and I spent a lovely relaxing day at St Augustine's with our grandchildren today. There was plenty to do both indoors and outdoors, animals to feed and stroke, help to give the milk to the calves. The children spent a long while playing...More
Visited today with boys 7 and 10, they loved the animals and the outdoor play areas.
The indoor play barn was also great, not a soft play but table tennis, badminton, bowls and a chequers board. Theres also a section of straw bales to play...More
Came here 25 years ago with our children and came again with our granddaughter and it has kept all it's rustic appeal. We loved the fact it was a working farm so it is rough and ready, but charming. Sadly due to financial climate the...More
Been here a few times and yet I’m always taken back by the level of care by the staff.
If it’s not a little basic treasure hunt, it’s one on one pig feeding.
It’s quiet and relaxing fun for all, the sun and views allows...More