Sunday, 30 October 2011

Ferring Country Centre

Although it's only down the road, we only discovered Ferring Country Centre very recently (we thought it was a garden centre). We had a flyer through the door for the Pumpkin Fayre and a spare afternoon, so we decided to pop along. We found a lovely little farm in among the houses, with lots of farm animals to see.

Child in a pushchair at a farm

Although Harry was very interested in the animals, he was particularly intrigued as to why there were tyres in all the pens.

Ferring Country Centre

He had a go on the duck fishing game, and although he managed to pull out all losing ducks the lady running the stall very kindly gave him a prize anyway. There was also an indoor play area with a ride-on tractor which was very popular and a farm set to play with.

Ferring Country Centre is an independent charity that promotes meaningful training and work experience for people with learning difficulties. It's located in the village of Ferring to the west of Worthing. Admission to the farm is currently (2016) £3 per person, babies under 1 are free.

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