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Lambing Open Days - 30th and 31st March, 6th and 7th April 2019


Please join us on our working family farm for our annual lambing open days.  We open the farm gates for visitors to see us at our busiest time and share with us the hustle and bustle of our farmyard during lambing.  Visitors will see newborn lambs and maybe a lamb being born, an amazing experience.  We are keen to share the respect and care we give our sheep and the vital role they play in managing the precious species rich chalk downland on the South Downs. Other highlights include -

- Bale Climbing
- Pigs
- Tractor and trailer rides (weather permitting)
- BBQ with our own delicious burgers
- Vegetarian food from the Wildflour Cafe

Time - 10am - 4pm (last entry to cars at 3pm)
Where - Saddlescombe Farm, Saddlescombe Road, Brighton, BN45 7DE
Booking - No need to book, just turn up.
Cost - Adults £8, Children £4, Family (2 adults 2 children under 16) £20
Cash only please
Clothing - wear suitable footwear for a working farm . . . with MUD!

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HEALTH & SAFETY - Pregnant women are advised not to visit the lambing barn and yards.  Please see the latest government advice here. We ask everyone who has visited the lambing barns to wash their hands afterwards, latest advice here.  Hand, shoe and wheel washing facilities are available. No dogs please and no smoking.

If you would like to order some lamb or a sheepskin rug to collect on the day please contact us or visit our online shop

Please note, the National Trust farm buildings will not be open for viewing.  The National Trust open day at Saddlescombe will be in the summer on the 23rd June 2019.




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