Our team's approach is to help you as much, or a little, as you require.

We want to create lasting memories for everyone who visits Attwell Farm Park, whatever their requirements. We are a rural destination, which can present some challenges when it comes to accessibility, but we strive to offer an inclusive experience for everybody.


The farm is in a rural location and some parts of the farm include slopes and uneven surfaces. Our indoor facility surfaces are a mixture of Polished concrete & standard concrete. Our outdoor farm surfaces include tarmac, concrete, Rolled Cotswolds stone and grass. Our outdoor play facilities have a Rubber chipping surface to keep everyone safe.

We have wheelchair hire facilities to assist you if you need to borrow, as at the ticket office for availability or contact us on 01527 66191.

We have installed Makaton Signs around the farm to help all visitors learn the signs for the Animals they are seeing.

Assistance dogs are welcome throughout the site.


New the Farm! We have introduced SEN Mornings at the farm. we are opening our doors early exclusively for SEN families to enjoy the Indoor play area before we open to the public at 09:00am. With no music and a low capacity, we want you to feel comfortable to enjoy the farm at your own pace.

The exclusive morning session is designed for families with members with special needs, autism or sensory needs. Once the hour is over, you’re welcome to stay all day at your own pace.


All parking at the Farm Park is free. A tarmacked area is available for Disabled parking next to the entrance of the farm park. Surfaces include tarmac, concrete, rolled Stone, and grass (in drier weather).

Exciting news! We have EV Parking


If you have any special requirements, please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss how we can help make your visit an enjoyable one. We can be contacted on 01527 66191 or 09:00am – 17:00pm seven days a week.


Visitors who have any of the below documentation are entitled to one free carer ticket, the guest with the disability and any further members of their party will pay full price. You will be asked to show your documentation to a member of our reception team on arrival. You will need one of the following documents:

Disability Living Allowance or Attendance Allowance award letter (dated within the last 12 months).

Personal Independence Payment letter (dated within the last 12 months).

A current and valid Blue Badge.

Letter from GP or consultant (dated within the last 12 months) confirming the need for a full-time carer. This does not need to be a letter of diagnosis.

For visitors who require more than one carer we ask that you bring documentation to support this.


There are baby changing facilities in all our toilet areas.

A microwave can be found in the main café for heating baby food or milk.

Breastfeeding is welcomed in all non-animal contact areas of the Farm Park. To make sure you and your baby are safe, we ask that no breast feeding, eating, or drinking takes place in any of the barns where animals are kept, or on the animal walkways. Please wash your hands when leaving these areas and before eating, drinking, or feeding your baby.


All areas of the Farm Park are pushchair accessible. Some of the terrain can be uneven. We have both gravel and grassy paths in our outside areas.


A visit to the Farm Park is a multi-sensory and interactive experience. Please take all the time you need. Our team are more than happy to answer any questions during your visit- feel free to test them out!


Please note, dishes made by attwell farm ltd are all produced in an environment which handles all fourteen allergens including gluten. let staff know if you have any allergies when ordering. We will try our best to ensure no cross contamination from allergens occur, but unfortunately, we can never guarantee.

For information about ingredients please ask a member of our catering team.

We strive to offer an inclusive experience for everybody, if you have any suggestions on how we can improve our facilities please email on we take on board all feedback :)

Have a lovely visit to Attwell Farm Park.


Have a safe & fun time at attwell farm park.


Remember to wash your hands after you touch the animals, pens & paddocks. especially before eating and drinking.

Sanitising gels are NOT adequate cleaning alone and are only an additional measure to thorough hand washing with warm water and soap.

It is your decision whether a child can touch or feed the animals. This especially needs to be considered for children who put things in their mouths or have a weak immune system.

Attwell Farm Park operates a PARENTAL SUPERVISION policy at all times. It is the Parent or Guardians responsibility to supervise the washing of children’s hands.


Pregnant women should avoid contact with ewes (Female Sheep) and nanny Goats (Female Goats) and their offspring. Pregnant women who come into close contact with these may risk their own health and that of their unborn child, from infections that can occur in some of the above. Consult a member of staff for more information.


First aid kits can be located in the first aid room & ticket office. These can be located on the farm park map. Alert a member of staff if a trained first aider is required.


In the event of a fire, raise the alarm and make your way to the fire assembly points located in the car park & picnic area. (Locations can be found on your farm park map)


Please be aware that kicking, biting, butting, spitting, pecking, pooping, and urinating are all part of normal animal behaviour. Be aware of your surroundings, although all our animals are lovely and friendly, we cannot predict natural animal behaviour.

Attwell Farm Park operates a PARENTAL SUPERVISION policy at all times. It is the Parent or Guardians responsibility to supervise there children around the farm. We do not provide or accept responsibility for the supervision of children on the premises. Attwell Farm Park will not be held responsible for any animal bite/s or injuries that occur during your visit.

We hope you have an amazing visit to our family run farm.



For your safety we have the following Rules of Play which must be observed at all times:

Please ensure that all adults in your group are aware of the Rules of Play.

We do not provide or accept responsibility for the supervision of children on the premises.

  • Children must be always supervised by a parent or guardian
  • Children must not be left unaccompanied on the premises
  • Parents & Guardians are responsible for the behaviour of children in their care
  • Parents & Guardians are responsible for assessing the suitability of the equipment provided for
  • children in their care and the ability of those children to use it.
  • The toddler area is for children up to 4 years of age only
  • Adults are not permitted to play on the equipment
  • Adults are permitted onto the play equipment for the sole purpose of accompanying children, In their care only
  • Only one person per slide lane at any one time
  • Ensure the person in front has cleared the bottom of the slide before descending
  • When descending the slide(s) do so in a sitting position with arms crossed
  • Do not stand, climb, walk, or run or stop midway down on the slides
  • Do not play in front of or at the bottom of the slides
  • We recommend that children wear long sleeves and trousers to avoid friction burns
  • Do not climb on the netting or the play frame
  • Shoes must be removed before using the play equipment
  • Socks must be always worn
  • Clothing with ropes cords and toggles must not be worn in the play area
  • All jewellery (including ear studs) / watches, keys, keychains, coins, and sharp objects Including badges or the alike to be removed before entering the play area.
  • Clothing should not have any hard or sharp points (buckles, studs, toggles or the alike)
  • Remove all items from your pockets
  • No phones or cameras on the play equipment
  • No toys to be taken in the play areas
  • No food, drink, sweets or chewing gum is allowed on any of the play equipment
  • Do not use the play equipment if wearing any form of plaster cast
  • Any damage to play equipment must be reported to a member of staff whether deliberate, or accidental
  • Report any accident or injury to a member of staff to be recorded in our accident book
  • Children who are unwell should not use the play equipment
  • No running
  • No wrestling, tackling, or shoving
  • Parents/guardians must always accompany children to the toilets
  • Shoes must be worn when visiting the toilets

Toddler Area

  • Standard Rules of Play apply
  • Only children up to 4 years of age are permitted to play on this equipment

Baby Area

  • Standard Rules of Play apply
  • Only children up to 2 years of age are permitted to play on this equipment