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Beyond the classroom


Interactive learning

Personalised Visits

We have a wide range of activities on offer and are constantly adding to the list depending on what's happening on the farm! Let us know what topics you would like to cover and we can work with you to tailor the visit to your group's needs (for example focusing on the farming methods and sustainability or a more hands on experience).

We are now working with a Foundation to offer half price admission to Muslim/Islamic Groups. Conditions for funding include testimonials from group members and photos of the group during the visit.

Seasonal Activities

We can offer Animal Petting, Scything (Summer), Bottle Feeding (March & April), Wood Splitting & Drying, Wool Spinning, Pony Grooming, Willow Weaving (early Summer), Pizza Making, Working with Cob, Veg garden Tour, Preserving Fruit & Veg (Autumn), Fantastic Fungi or Farm Treasure Hunt 


Activities  & demos


Learn & discover


Meet the animals

Afternoon activities

  • Scything
  • Bottle Feeding Lambs (March & April)
  • Wood Splitting
  • Fantastic Fungi
  • Wool Spinning
  • Introduction to Foraging
  • Willow Weaving (early Summer)
  • Pizza Making
  • Working with Cob
  • Veg gardening
  • Preserving Fruit & Veg (Autumn)
  • Treasure Hunt

Schedule For The Day

10:00 - 10:30

A welcome to the farm and introduction to our team. Group orientation and preparation. 

10:30 - 13:00

Animal Interaction Session followed by a Full Tour of Willowbrook Farm, talk on animal welfare and the link to faith, sustainability, responsibility and the organic farming life, by Dr. Lutfi Radwan

13:00 - 14:00

Designated area for packed lunches, or Willowbrook's BBQ Beef Burgers served with home-made and home-grown salads. 

14:00- 14:45

Afternoon activity - Introduction session on a range of seasonal activities

14:45 - 16:00

Farm Shop and free time to enjoy the woodland and farm areas. 

Farm shop

Our Lunch Options:

  • Our full gourmet Willowbrook beef burger barbecue, served with fresh buns, homemade salads.

  • Jacket Potatoes from our Veg Garden, served with butter, beans, sweet & sour, cheese.

  • Seasonal Homemade Vegetable Soup using our own produce served with fresh sourdough bread. 

Gourmet BBQ lunch

Experienced teaching

Our visits are geared towards schools and teens and we can also offer visits aimed at students learning English, with an itinerary made by our CELTA and TESOL certified education team. In addition thanks to Dr Lutfi Radwan's years as a senior lecturer at Oxford Universities School of Geography and the Environment prior to farming, we are able to tailor visits to adults and university students who may want a more academic day visit looking further into sustainability, business and other aspects of the farm.


Certified teachers

Book your experience!

Please book your visit below and include any important information, ages of visitors and any topics you would like to cover to help up make your visit extra special!

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One of our team will be in touch.

General info

Times: Visits run from 10:00am - 4:00pm

Group sizes: Min 30 - Max 50

Parking: Free on-site parking

Admission: £10.50 per person / £23 with lunch included.

While parents and guardians can bring small children, we have no creche or childcare facilities and we expect parents and guardians to supervise young children at all times.

Disabled access: Our cafe and the main farm area (menagerie, picnic area and a few animal ranges) are wheelchair accessible. The rest of the farm is accessible via the roads, paths and tracks however as the ground can be uneven (general fields and farmland) to access all areas of the farm would need a companion to help manoeuvre in places.

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