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“Perfect for kids”
Review of Stockley Farm Park

Stockley Farm Park
Ranked #6 of 35 things to do in Northwich
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: Stockley Farm Park specialises in 'hands-on' experiences for all the family, ranging from bottle feeding our baby goats and lambs to grooming the ponies, going on wildlife safaris and cuddling the rabbits and guinea pigs in Pets' Corner - There is a different experience to get involved with every half an hour! Come rain or shine there is plenty of fun to be had, with activities taking place undercover if necessary. The kids can burn off steam in our large indoor play barn and outdoor play area and you can enjoy freshly made hot food and sweet treats in The Willow Barn Tearoom. On hot sunny days you can also enjoy tasty treats from Daisy's Ice Cream Parlour and our BBQ.If you fancy a stroll, why not head out on to our nature trail to discover the wild side of our organic farm? As an organic working farm, farming both dairy cattle and arable crops, visitors have the opportunity to watch the cows being milked every afternoon and enjoy seasonal activities which will take you 'behind the scenes' of British farming. Come and join us for lots of fun on the farm - whatever the weather!
Reviewed 6 April 2018 via mobile

Went with a young child (14 months) as a family outing. He really enjoyed the tractor ride from the car park to the farm as well as seeing all the animals.

Very family orientated place and the café is ok.

Thank Hall_vi
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Reviewed 4 April 2018 via mobile

Family day out, youngest 7months up to eldest at 85. So much to do and see. Being up close to all the animals and being able to touch and feed them. Got to feed the baby goats and watched them race such a good laugh. The older children loved both the indoor and outdoor play areas we also followed part of the nature trail. The new reptile House has potential to be as good as the rest of the farm. The whole place was spotless the animals well looked after, the staff were informative, helpful and smiling.

Thank margaret J
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Reviewed 27 March 2018 via mobile

The farm is a lovely size and doesn’t seem too crowded. The staff were friendly and approachable but some didn’t know where scheduled events were taking place, even though they happen every day. Different events were scheduled for every half an hour from 10:30 until 3:30, which was good to keep the kids busy but it doesn’t leave time for lunch without missing things. We did go to the cafe and the food was lovely.

Thank Caitlin N
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Reviewed 24 March 2018 via mobile

We visited this farm and had a fantastic day out. When you first arrive there's a tractor pulling a trailer that you sit in to get to the farm. The driver was more than happy to lift the pushchair with baby in it up into the trailer and we set off. We saw lots of animals on the way. When we arrived at the farm there was lots to do, bottle feeding was a highlight got us! There's a free bouncy castle, large sand pit, child's tractors, all free with no time limits. There were pigs to see, cows, goats, all sorts of animals. In the field we walked goats and sheep on leads. There was sheep racing over hurdles in the afternoon znd you could put a bet on which colour you thought would win. I would highly recommend this farm to anyone at all. It's certainly worth a visit. And the staff are so friendly and helpful as well. Take a visit here.

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Reviewed 6 March 2018 via mobile

Visited with my 20 month old grandson, who really enjoyed the experience as it offers quite a range of different things to do in a compact and busy working farm.
The highlight of the day for him was the tractor ride from the car park to the farm in the trailer with straw bales. He loved both trips, there and back.
There were plenty of baby animals to see, lambs, goats, calves, pigs, all in the big barn in pens. Very easy for a small one to see them all and the pet them through the bars if they want. He was fascinated by the milking cows munching the silage, all in a row, with their heads poking out and he got over his initial uncertainty!
The rabbits, guinea pigs and rat went down well, but he was a bit intimidated by the horses! We watched a lovely owl that was being flown for a customer and the rest of the owls and birds of prey in their cages.
The refreshments are good quality and the cafe warm!
Shame it was such a bitterly cold day, he could only take so much and we left. It would be a great place to come back to in the summer. About £12 entrance fee for us both, as I qualified as a senior!
Get the sat nav on to get there as it isn't the easiest place to find, but right next door to Arley Hall which is well signposted.

Thank suesalford
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