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Farmer Gow's

Farm

Fernham Road
Longcot
Faringdon
Oxfordshire
SN7 7PR

Tel: +44 01793 780555

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Lambs at Farmer Gow's

Farmer Gow's has been welcoming families for many years.  Animals are central to this unique 'learning through activity' farm.  Four large barns contain all weather activities and picnic areas. 

You can feed the animals, collect eggs, find out about farming today and even take a goat or ferret for a walk.  The 'favourite place on earth' for lots of our young visitors'.

The farm specialises in ‘Meet the Animals’ held daily throughout the year, at 11am and at 2pm.  There are always lambs and kids to bottle feed.  Pigs, cows and goats to hand feed.  Eggs to collect and chicks to handle. 

Then there are pedal tractors to drive, bales to climb, an adventure play area and an indoor activity area for under 5’s.  From April – October (weather dependant) there are trailer rides which take you across the farm to feed the sheep or pigs.  Every visit is a unique experience.  The farm lies within the Vale of White Horse at Uffingham.

 

Awards

  • Regional and Miscellaneous -Tourism South East Member Tourism South East Member 2017

Opening Times

2017 (1 Jan 2017 - 31 Dec 2017)

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