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Oasis Down to Earth Farm

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Oasis Down to Earth Farm

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Tinks wrote a review Sep 2019
56 contributions18 helpful votes
We’ve only recently discovered this place. Really lovely little farm in the middle of town with a lovely selection of animals, sheep, goats, guinea pigs & rabbits & a very amusing tortoise. Only £2 entry ( we made quite a large donation too ) Animals looked happy, healthy clean & well cared for. Volunteers were very chatty & knowledgeable about what they were doing. Will definitely return often.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Paul G wrote a review Aug 2019
Romsey, United Kingdom21 contributions12 helpful votes
A hidden gem, no wonder they called it Oasis. My (nearly) 9 year old Daughter loved it, we fed Penny the Pig, Beatrice the Goat, held Hiccup the bearded Dragon and various Guinea Pigs. Watched Myrtle (actually a boy) the blue tongued Skink devour some Locusts, he even smiles! Lovely setting and really helpful chatty staff who clearly care very much for the animals and moreover, the purpose of the Charity. Great value for money, only £2 per adult & £1 per child and spent a good 90 minutes there. Absolutely recommend a visit, brilliant.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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CalvinTeoh wrote a review Nov 2018
Singapore, Singapore69 contributions20 helpful votes
A nice educational place for young kids as they can interact with small animals, insects and reptiles. Not many animals in this farm though. Staff are very friendly and helpful. Kids love the guinea-pigs. Good place to spend 1-2 hours here.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Calum M wrote a review Sep 2018
North Ferriby, United Kingdom229 contributions47 helpful votes
Kids love it here (been here before)but the first hour seems to be finishing feeding so if u want your kids to hold rabbits/lizards or guinea pigs, go after 11 maybe. It’s great value but the teenage volunteers could still do with some training - I’m a high school teacher so I’m used to teenagers but a simple, quick session could give them a few more social skills. No one offers to help - stood by rabbits hoping someone would offer, no response. Heard another parent ask - we’re busy sorry. No feeding the chickens n ducks due to a recent ‘vermin problem’ - then there was the rat we saw near the guinea pig cage- 😬. Probably the last time we’ll go and also - the cow n horse had gone 🙁 Still worth a look if you haven’t been before.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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tillymint1980 wrote a review Aug 2018
Southampton, United Kingdom14 contributions4 helpful votes
After seeing this place pop up on numerous child friendly pages I gave it a go. It is a wonderful little place, the staff are really friendly and took the time out to talk to us about the animals etc. We will definitely be regular visitors ongoing. Great value for money.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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