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Bocketts Farm Park
Young Street

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Bocketts Farm Park is a beautiful working family farm situated on the slopes of the North Downs in Surrey. As a mixed farm we have many sorts of farm animals and we grow a wide variety of crops, from bread-making wheat to sweetcorn. Lambing, shearing, haymaking and harvest punctuate our farming year, but we always have baby farm animals for the children to see.

Bocketts Farm welcomes visits from all schools, particularly nursery and primary, and offers a guided tour of the farm park to enable the children to learn about the farm animal husbandry and the wider countryside. It is a suitable venue for children with special needs and offers disabled access. We also successfully cater for children's birthday parties.

We have a large covered area housing friendly farm areas, enabling a successful visit even in wet weather. Regular activities include animal handling, pig racing, goat milking and duck trials. Trailer and pony rides are often available. There are ample play areas including trampolines and an indoor playbarn with a giant slide. We also have a gift shop with many farm orientated souvenirs and gifts for the children. Our tearooms serve family meals throughout the day.


Tourist Info Number: 0871 716 2520
Months Open: All year 10am - 5.30pm (dusk in winter)
Closed 25th, 26th Dec & 1st Jan
Discount for Groups: Yes
Catering: Tearoom open 10 - 5.30 serving hot & cold food

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