Lockey Park Farm

About Our Farm

Lockey Farm was a new farm started by Graham and Caroline Adams 15 years ago, having broken away from the family farm, to set up their own.

We always allow our customers to feed and view their animals and in 2012 opened a New Coffee Shop and expanded the Farm Park area with crazy golf and a children's play area. We now employ 20 local staff including a Master Butcher with 43 years experience and two further, equally experienced butchers.

We pride ourselves in a friendly, family welcome farm and work hard to support local businesses and charities and to cater to the needs of the local community.

About Our Farm
Our Working Farm

Our Working Farm

Lockey Park Farm is the visitor centre for families. Your children will enjoy being close up to our animals. Come at the right time of the farming year and you will see the very young offspring of our Pigs and if your lucky, you will see our lambs born.

As we are a real working farm, you will see all of our animals "Close-up" and give them a feed. 

Lockey Eggs

Here at Lockey Farm we have around 1200 hens that lay eggs every day. This keeps us really busy ensuring that the freshest eggs are always available. Whilst some of our eggs are sold to a small local shop, we sell lots in our Farm Shop.

Lockey Park Animals

We pride ourselves on letting our animals roam free. We have to protect them from you and you from them, after all this is a working farm.

Take a walk around the park to see our pigs, cattle, sheep, horses and many others.

Entry Prices

Adults & Kids - £4.00

Disabled & Over 65's - £3.50 

Children Aged 2 and Under - Free

opening times for winter:

Monday - Saturday: 9:30am - 4:00pm

Sunday: 10:00am - 4:00pm

please be aware that the opening times for the farm park are subject to change due to adverse weather. please facebook for information 

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About Our Farm
Crazy Golf

Crazy Golf

Our specially designed "Farm Yard Crazy Golf Course" has been a massive hit with both young and old. 

Since the addition of the Coffee Shop, adults seem to have become more "coffee holding" spectators rather than players!

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