Kent Life Heritage Farm Park, near Maidstone, is set within 28 acres of rolling countryside and has plenty on offer for all the family to enjoy this May.
Stars of children’s TV show Paw Patrol, Chase and Marshall, will make a special appearance on Sunday 14th May. This will be the first visit to the Kent attraction for the pair, who plan to spend the whole day exploring the farm and meeting their fans.
While the pups take a rest, why not enjoy all the other activities on offer at the working farm. There are plenty of animals to see, including pigs, sheep, ducks, goats, alpacas and lambs. You can also get really close to furry friends in the Cuddle Corner and even help with feeding time.
Young visitors can also work off their energy in the large, indoor soft play area, scamper through the orchards or watch the antics of the resident meerkats, Jessie and Shilo.
Sheep take centre stage during half term (May 27 to June 4) at the annual Kent Life Heritage Farm Park Sheepstakes event.
Visitors can see the Kent Life team help the animals out of their winter coats in skillful sheep-shearing demonstrations (Tuesday to Saturday) while sheep dogs, Jake and Barney, will take time out from their herding duties to meet the crowds. Ferret-racing, family games on the green and farm rides add to the rural fun.
Kent Life is open 10am – 5pm every day. Ticket prices: Adults £9.95; Children £7.95 (Under 3 free) Family £29.95. For further details visit www.kentlife.org.uk or call 01622 763936.