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The tearooms and farm will be open from 17th May. From this date we will introduce a small admission fee for the farm.
Please book both tables for the tearooms and farm visits online prior to your arrival.
- The farm will open and we have an exciting new barn with new animals for you to look at and pet.
- Please book a farm slot online to ensure we can monitor our capacity.
- The honesty hut will remain open providing you with fresh local produce.
Thank you for your support and we can’t wait to see you all again.
If you or a member of your party is feeling unwell or has been unwell in the last week with any COVID-19 symptoms please DO NOT Visit Church Farm. When you arrive please follow the one way system ensuring you santise hands on arrival and continue to wash and santise throughout your visit.
Whilst here please ensure you and your group;
- wash hands for at least 20 seconds using warm water and soap
- use hand santisers around the farm
- stay a safe distance from others
- comply with our one way systems
- carry tissues , cough and sneeze into your elbow before safety disposing of tissues in the bins provided and wash hands
- Supervise children in your care, ensuring they follow social distancing measures, regularly washing their hands and following our guidelines.
- No pushchairs are permitted inside the tearooms
- All toilets are unisex to allow a one in one out and to avoid queuing
Please be kind to our staff we are all trying our hardest to make Church Farm as safe as possible in these difficult times.
Church farm has had a deep clean whilst closed and we continue to clean daily on a strict cleaning rota.
To support NHS Test and Trace in England, visitor attractions have been asked to collect the details, and maintain records, of staff, customers and visitors on their premises. This may be necessary if an individual, who is present at our attraction at the same time as you, tests positive for COVID-19. NHS Test and Trace may then contact you to provide appropriate advice. By maintaining records of staff, customers and visitors (and sharing these with NHS Test and Trace where requested) this can help to identify people who may have been exposed to the virus.