All creatures great and small

13th June 2016

Categories: Media News

From cuddly little bunnies you can happily handle, to lions and rhinos that you definitely don’t want to get too close to!

Rhinos at the Cotswold Wildlife Park

Abbey Home Farm open day
Visit the Cotswolds award winning organic farm on July 17th during a special open day.  You’ll find out how staff care for the land and animals and also have the chance to see Cotswold working cart horses, sheep shearing, milking tours and lots of children’s activities.  Enjoy fresh organic food in the farm café and discover more about the wide range of courses available at Abbey Home Farm throughout the year. 

Cotswold Wildlife Park
Do your bit for rhino conservation by visiting the Cotswold Wildlife Park during August.  With daily rhino talks it’s the perfect way to find out more about the plight of these endangered animals and the park’s efforts to help their conservation.

WWT Slimbridge 
Capture amazing wildlife photographs at Slimbridge at the intermediate wildlife photography day on July 1st.  As well as learning the basics of your camera and photography, it’s a great opportunity to witness amazing birdlife.  Suitable for SLR cameras only, places are limited so email for more information and to book.

Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park
All ages will have fun visiting Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park just outside Bourton on the Water. There’s so much to do, from getting up close and handling small animals such as chicks or rabbits, to learning about the milking process and discovering all the rare breeds on the farm. End your visit with a farm safari by taking a ride on the tractor and trailer to take in the gorgeous countryside views.

Fairytale Farm
The UK's first visitor attraction that puts disabled children first in its design and layout. Loved by children (and adults) of all abilities, everybody is welcome. Get to know all the animals, up close and personal. The educational animal zone is packed with creatures: meet Alfie the alpaca, Mother Goose, the four Bill Goats Gruff, Kune Kune pigs Winston and Edgar and lots more!