Spring into Easter! at Kent Life Farm – 2nd to 15th April 2020
It’s our favourite time of year! Celebrate Easter and the baby boom that comes with Spring!
Meet our lambs and goat kids as well as our piglets! Have a go at bottle feeding our lambs in sessions throughout the day (no need to book for these, just turn up and enjoy!)
You can also hop on a fun farm ride, or get creative in our Paint-a-Pot studio*, creating the perfect Easter gift. Enjoy indoor and outdoor play areas, bouncy castle, donkey rides*, cuddle corner and so much more!
Don’t forget to visit our Big Top and catch one of our Easter Shows.
There will also be animal feeding sessions, owl flying demonstrations, meet the lambs and visits from our very own Mister Moo!
*small additional charge applies.
For more informmation and ticket prices visit https://kentlife.org.uk/event/spring-into-easter/
The 28-acre site that constitutes Kent Life has evolved through the years from the historic Sandling Farm, an area that formed part of the wider Allington Castle estate in the mid 16th century – stretching some 461 acres – and was owned by Thomas Wyatt.
The Allington Castle estate, later known as the Cobtree estate, was the property of the Tyrwhitt-Drake family. It passed to the only son Sir Garrard Tyrwhitt-Drake who inherited it after his father passed away in the early 1900s. An eccentric man, Garrard Tyrwhitt-Drake established a small zoo on the grounds and it is believed that he had a fascination for the Zebra, painting black and white stripes on a donkey so he could admire it from his manor! A charitable trust was set up for the Cobtree Estate in 1951.