Announcing the Big Toddle Event at Wooly Ward’s Farm in aid of Barnardo’s

Announcing the Big Toddle Event at Wooly Ward’s Farm in aid of Barnardo’s.

Come along to the Big Toddle for Barnardos at Wooly Ward’s Farm on Saturday the 9th of July from 12.00-3.00pm.

Toddle through the Fairy Wood, dare to wall over the Wonky Bridge to Scary Mary’s House, and continue in around the farm where you will get to meet some of the animals enroute. Come early to take part in the Big Toddle craft activities or stay a little longer and enjoy the pony rides, travel on Thomas the Tank Engine and get up close with the animals in the petting shed.

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Come along to the Superhero Event this weekend!

On Saturday the 28th and Sunday the 29th of May Wooly Ward’s Farm will be hosting a Superhero Event for all your little Superheroes to get their official qualification!

The event runs from 2-5pm.

Activities include:

  • Superhero Challenges and recieve a certificate
  • Make your own Superhero mask
  • Meet the Woolie Superheros
  • Bouncy Castles
  • Watch our Summer Show
  • Superhero Cookies

All visitors will go home with a personalised certificate of training from Scary Mary and the team at Wooly Ward’s!

Don’t forget to come along in your Superhero Costumes!

Tickets are onsale now!

We are now open every Saturday and Sunday for Activity Farm Tours!

Tours depart at 2.30pm & 3.30p,

Activities include tour of the farm, Pony Rides, Arts & Crafts, Fairy Wood Walk, Scary Mary’s House, Animal Petting Shed, Thomas the Tank Engine and Cupcake Decorating. Duration of tour is one hour and refreshments are included afterwards.

Children – €10.00, Adults – €6.00 and under 2’s. All activities are included in admission price.

Scary Mary’s Blog

Hello to Everyone & a belated New Year

We are looking forward to a busy year with lots of events both on the farm & bringing the Mobile Farm to many venues. The exciting news this week is that on February 1st we will be launching our latest themed event on the farm ‘’The Easter Extravaganza’’ running from March 23rd – March 28th. More news to come on that soon.

We are also announcing the first Wooly Ward’s Easter Camp during the holidays. If your child loves animals, this is the camp for them. Animal Care, Cookery, Arts & Crafts & Outdoor Pursuits will be some of the activities covered. Camps run the week of March 21st & March 29th.

All the animals are doing well – it’s a difficult time of year for them with the weather conditions, so well done to all of the animal care team who mind them so well. Tilly, Mary Kate, Ashley and Alphie were all scanned pregnant last week. We are so looking forward to baby kid goats soon. Lincoln our 3yr old sheep is going to have twins as is Socks who is on her first pregnancy.

Oscar the hedgehog is just back from his holidays with Vivian his partner so fingers crossed there will be new spikes very soon!!

The hens are starting to lay eggs again & the ducks are busy at it too. I have to say I love a duck egg at breakfast. We have three nursing bunnies at the moment with Bambie mothering a massive ten babies’ and I thought I was bad with seven!

Well done to team members Callum, Luke & Sean who passed their Theory Test last week & begun their driving lessons under the Wooly Driving Licence Programme.

A Happy Birthday to all of the Birthday Boys & Girls celebrating this week.

Keep Smiling.

Scary Mary.

Watch Triptesters Ruby and Amber’s Visit to the Farm

Ruby and Amber the Triptesters from Swipe TV came to Wooly Ward’s Farm during the Summer to rate the farm. Check put what they thought in the video below!

http://www.rte.ie/player/ie/show/swipe-tv-30003271/10500251/

Wooly Ward’s Harvest Festival this September!

Wooly Ward’s Farm is delighted to announce our Harvest Festival on Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th of September. Decorating chocolate apples, Animal Olympics, Having a go at our Wellie Throwing Competition, a Magic Show and even Balloon Animals are just some of the activities available on the day. Not forgetting the Pony Rides, Thomas the Tank Engine, Animal Petting and the Reptiles which will all be there as usual!

The kids can go to arts and crafts and make mini scarecrows among lots of other activities! Tea/Coffee and Cakes will be available from the Farm House and the picnic area will be set up if you want to bring along your own picnic.

Gates open from 2pm – 5pm. To avoid disappointment we advise you book in advance by clicking below. Tickets are €12 for kids and €6 for adults. Hope to see you all there!”