Meet & Feed the Chickens

Something Different

Meet & Feed the Chickens

Join us for a completely unique activity! 

We are opening up one of our fields during 2023, so that you can meet 6,000 of our hard working girls in their huge outside range! Spend time feeding them their Organic chicken feed which they LOVE and will be straight over to say hello.

Every Saturday 9:30-3pm and Sunday 9:30-1pm from 20th May – 20th August, plus Tuesdays, Wednesdays & select Thursdays 9:30-3pm during the summer holidays! 

Payment will be taken at the field gate by card only

Whilst you are here, take a wander down to our Mac Shack for a sourdough toasted sandwich or delicious sweet crepe. Our Nest Box Barn will also be open for you to quench your thirst with local drinks, draught beer, ice cream and homemade cakes.

Please use postcode BN6 8TL which will take you to our camping entrance on Common Lane, to get to our visitor car park. 



Dates & Times

 Every Saturday 9:30-3pm and Sunday 9:30 – 1pm from Saturday 20th May – Sunday 20th August!

Plus extra dates during the summer holidays!

Tuesday 25th July 9:30-3pm

Wednesday 26th July 9:30-3pm

Tuesday 1st August 9:30-3pm

Wednesday 2nd August 9:30-3pm

Tuesday 8th August 9:30-3pm

Wednesday 9th August 9:30-3pm

Tuesday 15th August 9:30-3pm

Wednesday 16th August 9:30-3pm

Thursday 17th August 9:30-3pm

Tuesday 22nd August 9:30-3pm

Wednesday 23rd August 9:30-3pm

Thursday 24th August 9:30-3pm


Meet the Chickens: £2.50 per person

Bag of Organic Chicken Feed: £2 per bag 

We do not take bookings online for Meet & Feed the Chickens. Payment will be taken at the field gate by card only.

Food & Drink

pizza chicken

Whilst you are here, take a wander through the farm to our Nest Box Barn & Mac Shack. 

Mac Shack: Delicious sourdough sandwiches and sweet crepes, made with our very own organic eggs. 

The Nest Box: Locally produced soft & alcoholic drinks, draught beer, local ice cream and home made cakes.

Please note that only food & drink purchased on site can be consumed on the farm, you cannot bring in your own.