The Cotswold Farm Park (England) Reviews
Description:Our comprehensive collection of over 50 breeding flocks and herds of British rare breed farm animals was established by ... more
The Cotswold Farm Park (England) ... Joe Henson and his business partner John Neave, in the late 1960’s when many of our traditional breeds were faced with imminent extinction. Besides being a vital “shop window” for the work of rare breed conservation, it is an important breeding centre for many of the animals we keep.
Newest Review: ... in the face of modern farming various breeds needed protecting. The farm has breeding herds today and also has an educational role as well as being a fun place for a day out. Our visit: We visited at a peak time in the school holidays. I suspect that a weekday visit would be a very different to ours, however the park coped well with a lot of visitors on what was a busy day. Entrance is ... more
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by - written on 11/11/09 (Very useful, 101 readings)
There are plenty of farms for children dotted around Britian, I should know, I've been to a fair few of them since kids entered my existence. The Cotswold Farm Park is, in my mind, a Farm for children and families to visit with a difference or two that makes the trip well worthwhile and one of the best Farms that I have ever visited. Located near to Bourton-on-the-Water and Cheltenham, in the Cotswolds (directions on the website, link at the end of this review), the Farm Park is one of the original, if not the original hands-on farms. I went there recently, but before that, my previous visit was in about 1979 by my calculations, when I myself ... Read the complete review
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