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Reviews of Oak Farm Animal Park, Aylesbury

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Review by Patricia Bundock on 5th April, 2012

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I took my 3 grand children , daughter and daughter -in - law to Oak Farm for the first time.We had a great time seeing all the animals and feeding them. Very good instructions and information about the animals.A very helpful young girl, daughter of one of the owners.Lovely tea shop with cream teas which we had. A lovely Easter egg hunt around the farm which captivated the children and they won prizes.It was a wonderful experience for us all and we will go back aagain. Please publicise yourselves more as this is a wonderful experience in Aylesbury for families. Thank you

Date visited: 4th April 20012

Review by Jordan on 26th September, 2010

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Hiya, I visited the farm park with my family, I thought it was great, it is like walking in to a traditional farm, its for adults and children they do activities for kids throughout the day, they have a play area, lots of animals you can feed and also a tearoom where you can buy food, I would reccomend this as a great family day out at a low cost and was a great experience too

Date visited: 25/04/10

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