As it’s lambing season, we thought it would be fun to visit a farm where the kids could feed baby lambs. After doing some searching, we opted to head towards Downham Market in West Norfolk to Church Farm – Stow Bardolf. Although it was not raining, it still was a bit chilly – but we went anyway and had a nice day. If it was closer, I would consider getting a membership to go more often.
They had an obstacle course, like the Pirate Ship playground in Wells, which Soren loved to do.
And a covered sandpit with tons of plastic digging toys, but we didn’t head over there. Soren spent most of his play time in the play tractor section. They had about 10 large green & red tractors like the yellow one in our garden. Next to it they had one for the smaller kids. Once again, Maebh was in between both. The little ones had no pedals but had squeaky horns but she said they were for babies. The large ones had to be pedaled, but that was a problem for her, she couldn’t do it. So she tried and said she liked them, but it was not without loads of time asking to be pushed.
Then there was an covered area with more pigs, which the kids could get in with. Maebh lasted a couple seconds, Soren loved it.
And there were more pigs around, which I found so cute.
Inside were also three beautiful white cows of some sort (Texas long horns?) which are believed to be pregnant so they have them indoors to give birth.
Again, while it’s not as large and fancy as Davis Family Farm Land, which we may visit when in the Sates for the month of April, it was fun and glad we visited.