Triple Summer Fun at Willows Activity Farm

Triple Summer Fun at Willows Activity Farm

This summer, Willows Activity Farm in Hertfordshire is providing wholesome family fun with all-new events that will entertain little ones throughout the school holidays.

The first activity of the summer season is the A-maize-ing Maize Maze – packed with twists, turns and dead ends. Along the way, the kids will find some ‘corny’ jokes among the maize plants. There is a free bag of popcorn waiting for each child at the end of the maze from 18 July – 2 August, and the maze will be at Willows across the entire summer holiday.

Next up is the all-new Carrot Carnival. From 3 to 16 August, visitors will be able to learn about the process that carrots go through, from field to fork. Everyone also gets the opportunity to grow their own carrots at the Willows’ Carrot Patch, and take their produce home. Visitors will also receive a recipe for a tasty carrot-filled meal!

In addition, Willows have a new mascot on the farm Chloe the Carrot. Chloe will star in her own shows during the two weeks of the Carrot Carnival, so don’t miss out!

Lastly, Fergie the Little Grey Tractor will be visiting his animal friends at Willows. This is Fergie’s first time in the UK, and he can be seen between the 17 August and 1 September. Children will be amazed as Fergie drives around by himself, stopping off to meet and greet visitors. Fergie will also be saying hello to Tristan the Runaway Tractor and starring in his very own shows.

Willows has a jam-packed programme of outdoor activities including funfair rides, Woolly’s Workout Agility Play Trial and

Visitors can also enjoy the new sand and water play area ‘The Big Dig’, officially opening in time for the summer holidays.

Get a discount on family tickets and find full details on the forthcoming events at and save more by booking all three activities!

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  • Karen Wilson August 13, 2015 7:18 pm

    Looks like a fun day – I love taking C to places where he can learn something – and all children should learn where our food comes from and how it gets to the supermarket!

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