Meet the newborn lambs and join the annual egg hunt at Wirral’s Church Farm this Easter.
The whole family can get involved starting with a ride on the tractor up to the Church Farm Easter forest, where you may just meet the Easter Bunny himself.
You will also get a chance to meet some of the farm’s newest additions – the newborn lambs.
Farmer, Mat Ledsham, said: “This is one of our most popular events of the year. It’s an Easter Egg Hunt with a difference and something the whole family will enjoy from young and old alike.”
Play hook-a-duck, basketball dunk and see-saw as you try to solve the Easter puzzle to win a chocolate gift.
Customers can also enjoy goat-feeding, egg-collecting, rabbit-cuddling or simply enjoying magnificent views of North Wales and the River Dee.
There are also home-grown, organic vegetables for sale in the farm shop as well as delicious treats for both adults and children alike in the café, complete with log burning stove for a cosy coffee after a busy day on the farm.
Church Farm is open every day throughout the Easter Bank Holiday weekend from April 14-17.
Pre-booked tickets cost £8.50 for adults and £8.00 for children. Children under one year old go free.
Tickets bought on the day cost £9.50 for adults and £9.00 for children if spaces remain.
For more information call 0151 648 7838 or visit www.churchfarm.org.uk/