We are delighted to let you know that Hall Farm Park will reopen on Friday 17th July at 10 am.
The safety, well-being and health of our visitors and staff is as always our top priority.
It is now more important than ever that you watch your children at all times please to ensure they are safely following all guidelines, our staff should not be responsible for ensuring your children are following procedures.
Please observe government guidelines; maintain distance, observe good hygiene, frequent hand-washing and be socially aware during your visit. By working together we can help ensure the safety of all those that visit and work at the park.
The owners and Hall Farm Park team will be available to chat to you about any concerns but please remember this will be a constantly evolving situation based on the latest advice.
Please do not visit if you or your children are feeling unwell, you have a temperature or have possibly been exposed to someone who has been diagnosed with Covid-19.
What are the opening times?
Saturday 1st August 2020 onwards : open 10 am – 4.30pm everyday except Wednesday’s when we are closed
What are the admission charges? Due to operational changes we have made a temporary reduction to our admission price to £5.20 for anyone aged 2 and over, under 2’s free of charge and concessions £4.80. Please note that this discounted admission charge is only temporary and may be changed at short notice.
Do I need to book in advance?
Our online booking system will be opening on Thursday 16th July .We advise using this method to ensure entry to the park as we are restricted on numbers allowed on site. Pay at the door is permitted but if we are up to capacity then entry will not be allowed. Season ticket holders will also initially need to book but obviously no payment needed. To assist with social distancing staggered entry times have been created; you may arrive after your stated entry time if needed but not before hand. Please note that children under the age of 2 will not require a ticket.
What Covid-19 precautions have been put in place? • Soft opening with reduced opening hours and visitor numbers
• Increased cleaning around the whole park, particularly touch points – please bear with us as some areas may be closed off for a short period of time while cleaning takes place
• Hand sanitiser located around the park
• Screens at all till points
• Floor markings, one way systems and social distancing at all times
• Card payments encouraged
• Catering safety changes (please see FAQ relating to food and drink)
• Increased signage around the park with activity instructions where applicable
• Increased staff training and risk assessment
• All staff will be health monitored and provided with appropriate PPE
• Visit Britain Good To Go assured
What happens to my season ticket? We have been closed for 17 weeks from 21st March – 16th July so your pass will be extended by that length of time. However if your pass was due to expire during the closure it will only be extended for the period remaining on your pass, for example if you had 4 weeks remaining when we closed it will only be extended by 4 week NOT the full 17 weeks. Please ensure that you bring your season ticket with you so that we can replace it for you.
What food and drink arrangements are in place at the park?
• Drinks and cakes will be available for eating out between 10.15am – 4.00pm
• A revised lunch menu will be served between 11.30am – 2.30 for both eating out and in
• If eating in a table must be booked. Please book this on the day of the visit in the tearoom.
• Tables in the tearoom are table service, socially distanced and therefore only a limited number of bookings available
• Covered eating areas with socially distanced tables are available for eating out and picnics
• Please put all rubbish in the bins provided
• Where possible please limit to only 1 member per family/group to place your order
• Cutlery and condiments will be handed out with your meal/snack and will not be available for self service
Is the gift shop open?
Yes, the shop is open with social distancing in place. Please look with your eyes not your hands!
Which areas are available?
Animal barn and paddocks
Please follow social distancing and directional arrows. Always remember to wash your hands on arrival and departure from an animal contact area. Animal food can be bought from the gift shop at 50p a bag.
Please follow social distancing and any safety/hygiene instructions.
• Pedal go karts
• Welly throw
• Bale stack
• Sand pit
• Over 5’s play area
• Under 5’s play area with play frame, play houses and ride on toys
• Clubs and balls are available from the gift shop where they will be sanitized after each use
• Strictly only 1 person/family group per hole, please do not move on to the next hole until it is free
• If you are feeling competitive and would like a score sheet please bring your own pen
Enjoy a walk in lots of open space in beautiful surroundings; look for the crops growing in the fields and the native wildlife. Lots of new added signage, a fun quiz and Pingles to be found, (quiz sheets available in the gift shop). Please maintain social distancing at all times.
Can I have a tractor ride?
Yes however the numbers allowed on the trailer will be considerably reduced to meet social distancing regulations. Therefore if you would like a tractor ride you must book it on arrival in the shop as places will be limited. Due to the new guidelines and enhanced cleaning there will be now be a £1 charge per person (babies on knees free). Please wash your hands before and after the tractor ride. Rides take approximately 20 minutes.
Can I walk a goat?
Sadly we are not able to walk the goats at the moment however this is under constant review.
Can I use the play barn?
Unfortunately due to strict government guidelines all indoor play centres have to remain closed.
Should I bring my own sanitiser with me?
We have hand washing facilities and sanitiser points on site however it is always a good idea to bring your own sanitiser and hand wipes with you. As government guidelines we would encourage you to clean your children’s hands and touch points on play equipment.
Do I need to wear a face mask? In line with government regulations from the 8th August onwards we would ask that you wear a face covering when in our gift shop please.