Half Term at Baylham House Farm

It is always a pleasure to visit the farm but unfortunately this year Baylham House Farm are not able to hold their Spooky Spectacular as, due to current restrictions, all the witches, ghosts and ghouls are self-isolating.
You can still meet all your old favourites – who will do their utmost to tempt you to feed them and give them a friendly scratch behind the ears, enjoy a walk along the river or see what’s new on the lake.
It may seem that the farm is quiet at this time of year but it is now that they prepare for the lambing season next year. There are already some groups of ewes running with rams for lambs in February, while others are still waiting to meet ‘the ram of their dreams’ to lamb over Easter.
With pigs and sheep, goats and cows, chickens and ducks – the farm is a great place to entertain, educate and enthral.
Baylham House Rare Breeds Farm is six miles north west of Ipswich, off the B1113 between Great Blakenham and Needham Market. The farm is open from 10am to 5pm, Tuesday to Sunday, until the October half term when it will be open all week. With entry prices at £7.50 for adults, £6.50 for concessions, £3.50 for children (aged 4-16) and under four’s free, it would be difficult to find a more entertaining and better value attraction in Suffolk.
For more information visit the website at www.baylham-house-farm.co.uk, check out Facebook or call 01473 830264.