the fun of the farm
Easter holidays are a great time of year to take children on a fun
and informative visit to an open farm.
brings a burst of activity and colour to Britain with trees coming
into blossom, newborn lambs gambolling in the fields and the first
green shoots appearing.
of the sights children visiting open farms this Easter will be able
to see include newborn lambs and chicks as well as learning how
their food is produced, go on nature trails and even take part in
Easter Egg hunts.
For Schools (FFS) is an organisation which aims to ensure that school
trips to farms are safe, pleasurable and educationally worthwhile.
Chairman Ed Dee said: This is a brilliant time of year for
children to visit the countryside as they can see the wonder of
new life and take part in fun activities whilst learning more about
how our food is produced and where it comes from.