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Willow House Caravan Park
Wigginton Road
Wigginton
York
North Yorkshire
YO32 2RH
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Local produce for local people, we are a family run Farm Shop and Cafe serving traditional homemade cooking and baking, we have just opened a new butchery department serving Yorkshire meat, our beef is hung for 3 weeks the old fashioned way to give you better natural flavoured taste, we also stock free range loose bird chickens. Come along and see our petting Zoo, we have a fantastic Easter Wonderland so you can feed lambs, hold baby chicks, rabbits and guinea pigs, pet our calves and pigmy goats, Robin, Marion and Locksley who love food and all the attention. Don't forget are Santa's Winter Wonderland that opens every Christmas, you can walk through are enchanted inside woodland walk, lots to see and do, meet the rabbits and guinea pigs not to forget Donder and Dancer are resident real live reindeers.

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