Dates for your diary – events at Tractor Ted’s Little Farm

Dates for your diaryAs you know we have a big Tractor Ted fan in this house, and he’s still talking about last weekend’s trip to the Tractor Ted Farm Show.  So we were keen to find out more about other Tractor Ted events and to learn more about Tractor Ted’s Little Farm.

The Little Farm was unveiled as a permanent attraction at Bowood House, Calne, Wiltshire, for the very first time in March 2013 for children to gain a fun understanding of the countryside.  In Tractor Ted’s Barn youngsters can meet friendly farm animals such as pygmy goats, Gloucester Old Spot pigs and ewes with lambs whilst also being able to handle rabbits, guinea pigs and hens. They can also see newly hatched chicks, enjoy lots of farm games and watch Tractor Ted’s real life films. Outside they’ll enjoy riding around the mini tractor track, ball scooping in the mini digger den and play make-believe farming in the animal dens. Beside the farm is a cosy café for parents to relax in with their children.

Dates for your diary at Tractor Ted’s Little Farm – 2013

Feathered Friends week  Saturday 20 – Sunday 28 July celebrating all sorts of poultry and fowl. There will be spotted guinea fowl, gobbling turkeys, ducks and geese alongside appropriately themed games such as ‘Hook-a-duck’ and ‘Guess the Egg’ challenge.

Big Farm Machinery Weekend – Saturday 17 – Sunday 18th August is sure to be hugely popular with Tractor Ted’s machinery mad audience, particularly boys, both big and small, who love big wheels and big machines. Brand new farm tractors and machinery will be displayed alongside their smaller vintage counterparts.  Expect a telehandler (for loading); farm implements such as the plough, drill and cultivator;quad bikes to sit on and even a muck spreader.  There will also be tractor and trailer rides around the Bowood Estate, pulled by a brand new massive Claas Tractor.

Both events will run from 11am – 6pm daily, in line with the opening hours of Bowood House and Gardens.

Ticket prices for both events also includes entry to Bowood House, Gardens, Adventure Playground as well as Tractor Ted’s Little Farm:

(2013 prices)
Adult £10.50
Junior (aged 5-12 years) £8.00
Child (aged 2-4 years) £6.00
under 2 years go free
Senior £9.00

The Tractor and Trailer rides are charged separately – £2.00 adult and £1.00 for children

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