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Tulley's Farm Shop

Turners Hill
RH10 4PD
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Tulleys Farm, with its shop stocked with top class food, Tearoom serving light refreshments and lunches and bistro style Hayrack (open seasonally) is set in acres of outstanding natural beauty. There is much on offer; picnic, play areas and animal patch to amuse the children, quality bedding plants are available from spring to autumn we have also extended our range of garden accessories and general giftware. Our renowned PYO strawberries and other soft fruit are available in season. There are several events during the year, including the Easter Eggstravaganza, a full days fun for all ages at the A-Maze-ing adventure park from mid-July to early Sept., the October Festival is packed with spooky goings-on, then finally at Christmas you can select your tree, gifts and produce and visit Santa in his Enchanted Forest. Corporate and children's parties can be booked at certain times.

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