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Lambing Open Days - 28th and 29th March, 4th and 5th April 2020

Open Days Cancelled

We’re sorry to say that our Lambing Open Days for this year are cancelled.  We have been glued to the news like everyone else and following Government guidance.   However, given the number of friends and family needed to provide a safe experience for our visitors, and the additional measures required under these circumstances, it is not possible for us to go ahead this year.   We’re really disappointed but the safety of our visitors, friends and family has to come first.  Please keep in touch on social media, we will still be posting images about our wonderful sheep and lambs and lots of you will see them soon out in the fields as you drive past.  We do feel there is a strong feeling of all being in this together.

We do have lamb burgers for sale as a result of cancelling the open days, they will be ready from next Friday 27th, please can you  email us This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with your contact details and we will arrange a safe way for everyone to come and collect them.  They are £6 for a pack of 5.  We also have lamb for sale, joints and mince, please email us This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it If we don’t’ reply straight away please be patient, we are busy looking after all of our new arrivals!

We look forward to seeing you all again soon at the farm and thank you for all your support.

 

Camilla, Roly, Molly and Freddie

 

 

 

 

 

 

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
- Hot and cold drinks and 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 - please wear suitable footwear for a working farm, it is very likely to be muddy

Please read our frequently asked questions for more information

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 28th June 2020.

 

 

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