Are you looking for where the best lambing days are are in 2020 in Surrey and nearby counties? It’s a wonderful experience for children and a lovely start to spring.
Spring is such a lovely time of the year, with the long winter nights going, new buds on the trees and best of all, the lambing season. It’s a great experience for kids to visit a farm and delight at meeting these adorable lambs. There are lots of places around Surrey and nearby to meet newborn lambs and at some places you can even bottle feed them.
Here are a selection of the best lambing days around Surrey and we’ll keep adding more. If you know of somewhere missing from the list, let us know. Some of the farms have lambing everyday and others are just special weekend events. Many places also have other activities going on so you can make it a full fun family day out with the kids.
Lambing Days in Surrey
15th to 23rd February 2020
Enjoy a great family day out this February Half term with the start of the spring lambing! See over 60 new born lambs. There will also be fun and games with the Giggle Company, a craft corner and indoor play area.
3rd – 19th April 2020
- Hundreds of gorgeous baby lambs and Meet the Shepherd sessions
- Baby chicks and bunnies to meet in Animal Handling
- Easter Quiz Trail with chocolate treats!
- Baby chicks and bunnies to meet
Fleecy Frolics Laming Weekends at Merrist Wood College (Guilford)
The annual event will take place on 25th and 26th April
Miller’s Ark Farm – Hook (Berkshire)
Millers Ark Animals – lambing open days for all ages run on the first weekend of Feb. As well as meeting the lambs, you can also hold chicks, cuddle baby goats and more.
Elm Nursery Children’s Farm – Sutton Green near Guilford
Birdworld – Farnham
Pond Farm – Wisley Common
For a few days every year, Shabden Park Farm hold farm open days, where they throw the farm gate open to anyone who wants to come and learn about them and the way they farm. The farm park takes part annually in Open Farm Sunday, a national day when farmers invite their neighbours and the general public onto their farms to see what goes on and to talk directly to the farmer. Their open days are timed to coincide with events in the farming year, such as lambing.
Looking for more inspiration? Check out the Top 10 things to do in Surrey.
If you fancy travelling a little further afield, check out the Red Kite Days guide to the best lambing days in Berkshire and Oxfordshire.