General Visiting Information
*Please note that all this information is subject to the continually evolving coronavirus regulations and social distancing measures and therefore may change.
Visiting Our Farm:
UPDATE – there are rain clouds around but we are doing a good job of avoiding them here in the flower field! The ground is still quite hard and okay for wheelchairs and buggies. We recommend you bring a brolly – just in case.
Please remember that we are a working farm and this is a pop-up event! Farm fields are bumpy and uneven underfoot and there are lots of plants and insects around that might scratch, sting or bite. We recommend you wear appropriate footwear and clothing for the outdoors. A hat and sunscreen on a sunny day is essential. To clarify, there is very little shade or cover in the field, so please come prepared!
Because we are outdoor event in a farm field we are at the mercy of the weather! When the field is open, we will post regular updates on this web page and on our social media, keeping you informed of the conditions. For example, in hot weather it is very dry and dusty underfoot. On the other hand, on a rainy day it can be muddy. Please check before you travel and plan accordingly.
We may have to close the field in the event of bad weather, for instance, heavy rain or high winds. Please check our website or social media feeds before you set off on your journey to see us. We will give you as much notice as possible, and if we close the field you will receive a full refund.
Please don’t bring too much stuff with you! (See below for the T&Cs of entry) Little ones in buggies and prams are, of course, very welcome – but be aware that you might struggle on bumpy, dusty or wet ground.
We have portable loos available in the car parks and flower field, but there is no running water or electricity on site. We strongly recommend that you bring your own hand sanitiser with you.
Groups and Coach Trips
Due to the social distancing regulations we consequently cannot encourage group visits this summer. We will therefore not accept parties in coaches or mini-buses. It is against the law for gatherings of more than 30 people to take place.
We heartily encourage that you meet up with family and friends but you must abide by social distancing guidance. Right now, this means that you should limit your group to a maximum of six people from different households, or a maximum of two household groups meeting. Please note that admission tickets will be checked in your car. Therefore, if you are travelling separately please buy your own tickets.