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Mini Meadows Farm

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PCB1985 wrote a review Sep 2020
Leicester, United Kingdom18 contributions14 helpful votes
Firstly the positives: This is a lovely little farm with a nice range of animals which are well looked after. Our children loved the visit. Negatives: 1. far too many people admitted. We had to rush through the small animal area as there were a ridiculous amount of people in there and nobody managing the flow. This led to people bumping into us which obviously did not adhere to the social distancing guidance put in place. 2. The play area was stupidly busy too, again, no one from the farm was managing the amounts of people that were in the area. We did not even attempt to use it due to the sheer volume of people. 3. There is only one hand washing station in the whole farm- minus the toilets in the café area. The same with hand sanitising stations. Overall, this is a lovely little farm but unfortunately, in the current climate we are in, they need to do more to ensure the safety of those visiting. We have visited another farm not too far from this one and felt so much safer there. Would not consider visiting again during this Covid crisis.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Jen wrote a review Sep 2020
Leicestershire, United Kingdom349 contributions78 helpful votes
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Sooo booked the tickets only...price has gone up by £1 each and then paying by debit theres a booking fee...!! Booked 10am-1.30pm session. Soft play still closed. Anyways got there no masks needed inside which i thought was strange no sanitising required on entry either...asked about farm doing avtivities throughout the day nope,nothing. I was given a map of a one way route around the farm i paid £2 for a bucket of food which was very nicely colour coded for each animal. Animals well looked after but no signs explaining names,breed etc... park area lovely with surrounding picnic benches, only one area to wash hands. Onsite cafe nice no masks required. Toilets clean. Overall a lovely park, not very big, but big enough for the session time provided.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Meg B wrote a review Sep 2020
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Couldn't believe this place! Only £5 for adults, my daughter was free as under 2. Such great value for money. So much there. Beautiful animals that are clearly so well lived and cared for. Lots of space for them. Yeh farm was very clean. Thee staff very friendly. There is a one way system in place due to covid. You can stroke the animals and you can go into the pens with the rabbits and Guinea pigs and they're clearly used to humans and happy about the strokes. You can go round as many times as you want. There is a large play ground too and a walk. Just couldn't believe it for the money. Was well worth our 50 min journey. The cafe is also nice and reasonably priced. We shared the tiffin and it was lovely! Can't recommend enough!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Tattie wrote a review Aug 2020
Wellingborough, United Kingdom8 contributions
Visited Weds this week and just had the best 3 hours of fun for only £5! Ideal for both children and adults with many photo opportunities along the way. Highly recommend purchasing the very reasonably priced food bucket – makes the animals even more super friendly. We made new friends with a great selection of not just farm animals but llamas, alpacas, emus and adorable chipmunks. There are even pens for you to enter to stroke the rabbits. Well organised and COVID-19 safe (mostly outdoors). Well worth a visit – you'll want to go again and again!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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st1987 wrote a review Aug 2020
Reading, United Kingdom59 contributions14 helpful votes
Fantastic day out and good value for money. We went with our 10 month old and she loved it, as did we. It was raining when we arrived, but the staff were organised and got people into the dry to queue up. We bought a bucket of feed and loved walking around the one way system to feed the animals. There was also nice little touches like fairy doors in the trees. After our time outside we had a lovely piece of cake from the cafe. We will be returning for sure!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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