We understand that many of our visitors are now left with the daunting task of educating their children for a considerable amount of time. With this in mind, we have put together a 'Learning at Home' page on our website to try and help those who may need it. 🦉
Here you will find a number of resources for any Early Years, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 learners. 📚
We are also putting together some ideas for some Little Owl Farm Park videos, which will include our animals, what we are up to and also a few surprises. If you have any suggestions of topics that may help with your learning at home, please let us know in the comments and we will do our best to include them. 🐣
Stay safe everyone and keep an eye out next week for some updates 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less
Although this has been a difficult decision, we feel this is the right decision to make, so as of this evening (Friday 20th March), we will be temporarily closing our doors to our visitors. Once the government believe it is safe to do so, we will reopen.
We believe it is extremely important for everyone to play their part in order to slow down the spread of the COVID-19 virus. We intend to do our bit to help ease the pressure on the NHS staff and other key services who are doing an amazing job at this difficult time. This will be a very challenging and difficult time for us all at Little Owl Farm Park, including our wonderful team of staff. That said, we are confident we will be able to cope with the problems this will cause us and we fully intend to use the time to help us prepare for lots of fun and adventures for you and your families when we reopen.
We understand this will be a great disappointment to our visitors, especially those of you who have school trips, Farmer Tots sessions and parties booked with us. All of whom we are in the process of contacting. Unfortunately we do not know how long this will go on for, however, please be assured that as time goes on, we will contact those of you who this may affect. This news will also disappoint our annual pass members, however, we will be extending your annual passes to reflect the time we are closed.
Even though we will be closed to visitors, we will still have plenty to keep us busy, the majority in the form of our many loved animals. In the meantime, we will be keeping you updated with what we are up to on our Facebook page and website, so make sure you check in to see what’s going on. We might even have a few little surprises for you!
The majority of our visitors will now be taking on the responsibility of their children’s education. We understand that this may be a very daunting task for some, so to try and help, we have added a ‘Learning at Home’ page on our website. This area includes a number of resources links suitable for; Early Years, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2. You can access these by following this link www.littleowlfarmpark.co.uk/learning-at-home/. We will also be doing a number of posts on our Facebook page to try and assist with some home learning topics. If you have any suggestions, we would love to hear them, so please leave a comment with any topics that we may be able to help you with.
That just leaves us to say we wish you all well at this difficult time and we will see you soon.
As I am sure you are aware there is a lot of concern and uncertainty following the outbreak of Covid-19 (Novel Coronavirus) which we are monitoring daily. We wanted to take this opportunity to let you know, that our visitors and staff members safety are our main priority.
We have introduced extra cleans throughout the day to help with this and also more intense cleaning at the end of the day. Being an animal visitor attraction, the importance of hand washing has always been emphasised here at Little Owl Farm Park. This is why we have multiple hand washing facilities located thorough out our farm. These areas are continuously topped up with soap and have hot running water and disposable hand towels.
The fresh air and big outdoors are some of the best places to be at the moment (as long as the weather allows us!). As usual, the visitors will be reminded to wash their hands regularly throughout the day. We request our visitors to respect the two metre rule and to give everyone lots of space. We would also like to ask anyone who is thinking about visiting the farm who is feeling unwell, to not visit the farm as an added precaution to help keep our staff and other visitors safe.
We will continue to follow the Governments guidelines/advice and we will keep you posted on any changes going forward. As for now, we are open as usual and still on our reduced rate prices until the 3rd April. ... See MoreSee Less
NEW PIGLETS🐷🐷 !!!!!!!!WARNING CUTENESS OVERLOAD 🥰🐷!!!!!!!! Sarah our sow gave birth Monday morning to a gorgeous litter of piglets and are all doing really well, we are open Tuesday - Sunday 10 - 4 if you would like to meet them, especially as we are still on our reduced rates 🎉🎉 ... See MoreSee Less
If you thought Dumbo had big ears check out these Wooly wonders 😍 our Bluefaced Leicester ewes have started to lamb 🐑 we had twins born in the early hours of this morning (1 boy 1 girl) aren’t they just the cutest? (Well, all moms say that 😂) Did you see them in the lambing shed? ... See MoreSee Less