Client news: Farm transformed into Fairy Tale woodland for Easter

Client news: Farm transformed into Fairy Tale woodland for Easter

FCM is delighted to be offering PR support in 2018 to the National Forest Adventure Farm, as they prepare for a Fairy Tale Easter!

Thousands of chocolate treats, new lambs and a fairy tale woodland walk can only mean one thing as the Easter Bunny arrives at a Staffordshire farm for the area’s unique Spring time family event.

Get transported to a fairy tale woodland at the National Forest Adventure Farm, in Tatenhill, as you go off in search of the Easter bunny’s woodland retreat.

The Staffordshire Farm, which sees thousands of families flock to the site each year for its one of a kind Easter themed event, will be opening its doors on Monday 26th March for two weeks of Easter fun.

Allowing visitors a rare glimpse of the farm’s 67 acre woodland, which isn’t accessible any other time of the year, the Easter Eggstravaganza event has seen visitor numbers increase year on year.

The Easter Eggspress tractor ride carries families up to the woodland where visitors collect wildlife stamps and are entertained by animal characters including a bee complete with giant beehive. The event, which sees more than 17,000 visitors each year, is rapidly becoming a firm favourite with families looking for something different to do at Easter.

The farm also has 170 ewes due to give birth over the Easter period with visitors invited to meet the and feed the new arrivals in the Lambing Live Tent, where if you are lucky you may even get chance to see a spring lamb being born. 

“Easter really is a special time of year for the farm,” said Ivor Robinson, one of two brothers who run the National Forest Adventure Farm, in Tatenhill, Staffordshire.

“It is great to be able to share the experience with so many of our families. Where else can children see lambs being born, feed baby lambs and take a trip to meet the Easter Bunny for some chocolate treats?

“It really is becoming a popular time of year and we are excited to share our beautiful woodland once more as part of the Easter Eggstravaganza.”

The Farm’s woodland area was created in 2002 as part of its commitment to the National Forest and saw 28,000 trees planted on the site.

Each year it is opened up at Easter to allow guests the chance to wander the woodland trail in search of the Easter Bunny’s home nestled within the forest.

The Easter Eggstravaganza opens on Monday 26th March and runs every day until Wednesday 11th April.

Tickets are available on the day or save 10% by booking in advance online at



01 Mar 2018

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