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Gaston Farm, Slindon

(4.8/5 based on 40 reviews on the web)
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  • Accidentally parked in the Gaston Farm car park on a closed day - I was new to the area and got confused thinking it was one of the free local car parks listed on the National Trust site. Silly mistak...  more »
  • I take my grandchildren here every year so they can see what goes on down on the farm. Good value for money ,ticket includes a tractor ride through part of the village and the farms fields .beautiful ...  more »
  • What a wonderful experience, the food is basic but high quality and tasteful , the children loved the tractor ride and the staff more than happy to explain everything and answer all the questions...Lo...  more »
  • The farm open up for lambing season in mid-Spring where you can buy a packet of feed and feed a ton of sheep. There's also a small section where you can hold lambs, ducks and ducklings and chicks. There's a slo a tractor ride around the site, although there's not a lot to see, it's more for children to enjoy going on a tractor ride. There's a small food stall selling burgers, hot dogs and drinks. Take cash, because it is cash only. There's ample parking. It's very organised and the saff are all very friendly. It's a good way for a family to spend a couple of hours.
  • Gaston Farm is a treat for animal lovers anywhere. My children enjoyed feeding and cuddling lambs, hen chicks and ducklings. The food available is very good quality, and as Gaston Farm is a registered charity the entrance fee and refreshment prices are very reasonable. If the weather is good you could easily spend four to five hours at the farm. The tractor ride is not to be missed, especially when they are able to visit surrounding fields where the sheep graze.
  • Really fabulous set up. It's all for charity & run by volunteers who are very cheerful. The café was brilliant & reasonable prices. Only downside was I didn't take enough cash with me to buy all the lovely craft things I wanted (some magnetic pads, toys & crafts that were fair prices). Definitely worth a visit just to cuddle a lamb or two!
  • Wonderful place. Volunteers who give their time for others to enjoy this experience are very welcoming and very patient with all visitors. Cannot recommend a visit highly enough. Thank you we will be back to enjoy the farm..and café again.
  • We cuddled baby chicks, ducks and lambs. A really lovely day out. Thank you!