Depending when you visit, there should be a varied selection of wildlife sharing the facilities.
The young rams are pedigree Berrichon Sheep, used for breeding and showing at local shows. The ewes are Texels - their lambs were born late April.
Our domesticated ducks
We have some lovely Indian Runners and some very fat Pecan Ducks - very friendly; if you chose to, please feed sparingly.
There is a female living in the corner of the field, often seen grazing the paddocks or drinking from the pond at dusk
Far shyer than the Muntjac, but often seen as a pair or more coming from the woods to graze.
Kingfishers, Herons, Little Egrets, Greylag Geese, Swans and Little Grebe all visit the pond at varying times - Moorhens are laying, with chicks expected around early June. Barn Owl, Sparrow Hawk, Green and Spotted Woodpeckers can be seen over the paddock, and the Buzzards soar over the woods. A pair of cormorants have also started to visit the pond to help control the fish stocks.
The Games room
Pool, Table Tennis, Air Hockey and Table Football. All free to use
Swings, slide and trampoline to wear the little ones out. Tables for resting supervisors.
Or Petanque. Or quoits. Or somewhere to sit to enjoy the wildflower paddock which should be in colour June- September.