Godstone Farm

Godstone Farm As part of our summer program this year, we once again decided to visit one of the Nursery’s favourite locations, Godstone farm. On arrival at Godstone farm, and we were blown away by how green, beautiful and luscious the farm itself is. It was truly a great day to go, the sun was shining bright, our children were all happy and excited; everything was just right! As well as having lovely surroundings the farm have lots of different varieties of animals. We started our adventure at the petting hut, we petted Rabbits, chicks, ducklings and little piglets. The piglets were very cheeky, they loved our presence so much, they even jumped up at us to say Hello. The children was just so excited and happy to seethem. We were amazed by all the animals. There were donkeys, goats and the biggest horses we had ever seen. Having left the animal enclosures, we explored the maze. With our imagination and thinking hats on, it didn’t take long for us to find our way out and rescue the princess from the Castle, and with some of the bigger children leading the way success wasassured; We then spent some time just exploring the various facilities available at the farm. The last stop on our journey was the music garden, we made lots of noises; they even had a piano to encourage the musically gifted among us an opportunity to tinkle the ivory. We all had so much fun playing the piano, we all sang lots of songs. Ian ourpiano teacher would have been so proud of us. After all that exploring it was time for a snack and a little snooze on the way back to nursery. We had such a great time at Godstone Farm, we would be happy to recommend a visit there for all of our parents and children.

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