Lower Drayton Farm, Penkridge
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From the very professional looking website I was expecting a slightly more 'polished' appearance to this farm! (Was thinking like Umberslade nr Tanworth) We found all of the staff absolutely lovely an... read more »
had a good day with the children. staff really helpful and organised. children all loved the trailer ride and the free play on the farm too. will be going to visit again.
Visited today. This is truly the worst place I have ever been. Took my grandchildren who commented " grandad this place is a dump the person who runs this should be ashamed of themselves." This says i... read more »
Lower Drayton farm is a nice place to go for a day out as there are lots of things to do and keeps everyone busy.
Don't be put off at what you first see, it's what's underneath that matters! Had a great day out with 6 , 8 and 11 yr old, 8 yr in wheelchair some of the time. Remember it is a working farm. So not spotless and animals don't smell of roses, it is rough around edges and unpretentious, thats why I like it, kept kids amused for hours, they loved playing on the real fire engine, zip wire, park and pedal go karts. They loved the interesting tractor trailer ride, pay extra but worth it, you even get to see emus close up and feed llamas on that. Kids bottle fed lambs twice too. Small shop and cafe, would recommend you take picnic, tea and coffe a quid. Plenty of hand sanitizers and seating. We got the wheelchair around the woodland walk ok, not a mature wood as only planted in 1997. We fed animals (50p bag of food) such a cute foal there too. If you want clean and to be entertained then go to Alton towers! This is a working farm, all staff made a great effort, and will accommodate wheel chair on trailer ride too, farmer ray was lovely! Will go back in summer to see the maize maze when it has grown. They are going to start upgrading the site as well, so it will get better for the fussier among us. Yes cafe and toilets in portable cabins but I didn't find it a problem, it was cheap to get in, track to car park a bit bumpy, but it's a farm!, too many fussy people out there!
I have been to the Farm today with my sister, 11 year old daughter & 5 year old niece! I must admit that on arrival first impressions were not good due to the facilities looking small and untidy, however, after the pony ride and especially the tractor and trailer ride with Farmer Ray we had a fantastic time - the Ria chasing Ray was especially funny! I have not laughed so much for a long time when we got lost in the maze! Highly recommend this day out and proved that first impressions do not mean everything!
Concerned about animal welfare here after seeing them advertise themselves using a photo of a young child grasping a terrified looking rabbit very dangerously and upside down! They clearly don't care about how the animals are treated as long as they are getting custom. Also terrible at communicating as I was completely ignored.
All credit to this family run business, they operate with the customer as the prime concern. So convenient for the M6 junction 13 only a mile away. Events carried out using professional support. Wish you well going forward.
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