Fun-packed days at Mead Open Farm: June special rates for Beavers and Cubs

Beaver Scouts

Cub Scouts

We’ve just heard from our friends at Mead Open Farm that they are running a Cub and Beaver Special from Saturday 1 until Sunday 30 June 2013. Groups of 15 or more cubs and beavers can visit for a reduced rate of just £6 each.

Perfect for Cubs and Beavers

June is the perfect time to visit Mead Open Farm with lots of baby animals to see as well as a huge range of indoor and outdoor play. The special deal is available for all Cub Packs and Beaver Colonies and includes full entry and stacks of activities including:

  • Access to Shaggy’s HUGE PlayWorld
  • Tractor & Trailer Rides (weather permitting)
  • Plenty of Outdoor Play including Go Karts, Crazy Golf, and Giant’s Rock
  • Sheep Racing at the ‘Lamb National’
  • Varied daily Animal Activities

Plus! Coming Soon…

Opening in May is their brand new Sky Trail, a high rope course that will be a huge hit with families and children alike. Adventure-loving Cubs and Beavers (and their Leaders) are bound to enjoy it.

Prices…

Pre-booked groups of fifteen or more paying children, pay just £6 per child. Adults are also £6 each. A booking form is available here.

Early booking is recommended

Matthew and Sue Heast at Mead Open Farm suggest that anyone wanting to visit and book a place, should contact them on 01525 852 954 or by email at info@meadopenfarm.co.uk.

For anyone who can’t wait to get there in June, you can always watch their LambCam now.

Images used from Mead Open Farm. 
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Irish, a student of law with The Open University, living in Dublin with his husband Andrew. Also interested in first aid, heraldry, Scouting, and occasionally to be found at the organ or in a bell tower.

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