Frolics and fun this February
at Willows Farm Village
February Frolics will take place between 16–24 February 2013 at Willows Farm Village, near St Albans. This fascinating and fleecy seasonal event gives visitors an insight into the lambing process, with hundreds of new-born lambs expected to be born at Willows to co-inside with the half term holiday.
Resident lambing assistant – and daughter of Farmers Andrew and Anna – Katie Wolfe will be in the Lambing Marquee, taking care of the ewes as they have their lambs and teaching children all about the new arrivals.
You can also follow the progress of the lambs you’ll see at Willows via its ‘Lamb Cam’. Hosted on the Willows website, it provides a live feed into the Lambing Marquee and if you’re patient, you’ll see more lambs being born live!
There’s also plenty of fun and frolics around the rest of the Farm Village, including prizes for taking part in Bo Peep’s fun hunt for her lost sheep, fleecy arts and crafts, Mad Science Farming Shows and new for 2013, lamb bottle-feeding demonstrations.
There is also a host of indoor and outdoor adventure play, farmyard animals, fun fair rides and much more to enjoy.
For further information about February Frolics at Willows Farm Village please visit www.willowsfarmvillage.com or call 0870 129 9718.
Willows Farm Village used to be a working farm but is now one of the biggest leisure attractions in Hertfordshire.
Visitors to Willows can enjoy entertainment, education and fun for the whole family. (Note some animal attractions and outdoor activities are seasonal).
Animal attractions include; Farmyard Favourites, Falconry Centre (closed for the winter) and reindeer.
Outdoor activities include; Woolly’s Workout Agility Play Trail, Build ‘n’ Play sandpit, Tristan the Runaway Tractor, Country Fun Fair Rides, Tree House adventure, Leaping Lily Pads Trampolines, under 5’s play area and Lakeside Walks.
Under cover activities include; Woolly Jumpers (play barn featuring ball pools, slides and active play), Woolly's Showtime Theatre, the JCB Young Drivers Zone and Captain Chicken’s Egg Dodge and Young Chicks Activity Area.
The Farmhouse Restaurant and Woolly Jumpers Coffee Shop offer a wide range of food for visitors.