A day filled with chocolate and fun in Staffordshire.
Just a drive away from Leicester is a day filled with animal encounters and for the first time ever, the staging of an exciting Easter pantomime.
Helping families make lots of wonderful memories, the Staffordshire farm offers a newly renovated animal barn with the chance for child to meet piglets, chicks, rabbits and guinea pigs.
There are also new enclosures for the Farm’s Shire Horse, Miniature Shetland Ponies, and Tamworth Pigs.
Activities at the Eggstravaganza
Live and interactive Easter pantomime
Take a ride on the Easter Eggspress tractor deep into the Bunny Woods
Keep on the lookout for the evil Egg Snaffler and help Mrs Rumpadump solve the mystery of the Easter Bunny's stolen chocolates.
Meet some entertaining animals on the woodland trail before finding the Easter Bunny, if you're lucky, he may just be giving away his chocolate!
Tom Robinson, joint owner of the farm attraction said: "We are excited to be bringing back our Easter Eggstravaganza after a two-year break due to covid and launching two new activities at the same time!"
"Our visitors tell us how much they love the opportunity to meet our animals, so we decided to enhance our animal barn experience even more."
"The renovated space will enable children to be closer to our animals and learn about them too."
"Our visitors really love our live shows, and our special new Easter pantomime will definitely bring lots of fun and laughter."
"We are really pleased to be investing in new experiences so families can enjoy a big day out and make lots of happy memories along the way."
With spring well underway, Lamb Feeding and Lambing Live continues during the Easter event, with a new wave of lambs being born in April.
Keeping families busy all day long, the farm attraction also has an outdoor adventure playground and indoor soft play with plenty of undercover picnic areas and hot food available to purchase on site.
As visitors explore the farm, they will be able to take a slow amble around the outdoor paddocks. Home to horses, cows, Jersey cows, alpacas, Boer goats, Pygmy goats, Tamworth pigs and donkeys.
The event will be running from April 9-24, 2022.
Written by Aimee Culverhouse
Currently interning for Niche Magazine, Aimee is keen to grow her portfolio in journalism whilst studying her Master’s degree at De Montfort University, in Fashion Management with Marketing. She enjoys writing about upcoming events, sustainable fashion and retail.