Live Lambing at Cotswold Farm Park
Tel: 01451 850307
Experience the magic of spring at Cotswold Farm Park.
Our local farm park annual lambing event is back and better than ever, with over 800 lambs expected to be born on the farm.
Did you know this makes it one of the largest lambing events in the country? It’s a must-see for anyone who loves animals and the wonder of new life. (From February 10th – 16th April, when the park reopens, entry 9.30am – 4.30pm)
You’ll be able to see live births up close and personal, as well as enjoy talks from the Farm Park’s team of experts about all things lambing.
There will be a mix of commercial and rare breed ewes giving birth, including Kerry Hills, Herdwicks and our county breed the Cotswolds.
The Boer, Bagot, Golden Guernsey, and Pebbles (Adam Henson’s pet Anglo Nubian and a guest favourite) will also be kidding, so there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
Plus, you’ll be able to participate in all the usual play and exciting activities that the park has to offer, from meeting and feeding the animals to exploring the beautiful Cotswold countryside.
Spring in the Cotswolds is a truly special time, with new life all around and the beauty of nature in full bloom. Being up close and personal with the animals is a great way to de-stress and improve your well-being, and there’s no better place to do it than at Cotswold Farm Park.
Book tickets online here: cotswoldfarmpark.co.uk/lambing/
|Season (10 Feb 2023 - 16 Apr 2023)|
|Monday - Sunday||09:30||- 16:30|
|Bank Holiday||09:30||- 16:30|
From Cheltenham – Take the A40 Oxford road, turning left onto the A436 for Stow on the Wold at Andoversford. After approximately 5 miles turn left onto the B4068 and four miles later, left again at the crossroads with the Bourton on the Water, Broadway road, following signs to the Farm Park on the left hand side.
Public Transport Directions
Cotswold Farm Park is in the middle of the countryside. If you do not have a car it would be best to hire one as it is miles from the nearest coach or train station.