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Roves Farm Visitor Centre
Sevenhampton
Swindon
Wiltshire

SN6 7QG | View map
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Roves Farm is a great family day out come rain or shine. A 166 hectare, working, mixed, open farm, situated 3 miles north east of Swindon. Roves Farm offers a full programme of events throughout the day including: Meet and Feed the Animals, Animal Racing during weekends and school holidays, Free Tractor and Trailer Rides, Pedal Tractors, Childrenís Crafty Sessions, Heated Indoor Soft Play and Sandpit, Indoor Activity Barn including a Giant Straw Bale Stack with Tunnels, Giant Slide, Ball Pond and Bouncy Castle, 2 Acre Living Willow Maze and Outdoor Adventure Play.

Different Themed Weeks during the school holidays include: The Three Little Pigs, Easter Bunny, Scarecrows, The Hungry Caterpillar, Bear Hunt, Robin Hood, Sunflowers and Pumpkins!
Additionally, Teddy Bearís Picnic runs every Friday during term time.

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Months Open: Daily from 19th February until 30th October 2011, 10:30-17:00
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Groups and Birthday Parties Welcome
Discount for Groups: Yes - 10% off for groups of 10 paying people
Coach Parking: Yes - Free parking
Car Parking: Yes - Free parking
Contact Name for Groups: Pat Hoddinott
Admission Price: Adults £7
Concession £6.50
Child (3-16yrs) £6
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Granary Tearoom

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