Huge Sussex Visitor Attraction opens over Easter Weekend

By Peter Lindsey

AN East Sussex Visitor Attraction reopened  on Good Friday with a fresh, new look after closing for the winter months.

Sharnfold Farm – situated at Stone Cross between Eastbourne and Hailsham – will be welcoming visitors from 10am and is then fully open seven days a week.

It is also offering half-term entry for everyone during the Easter holidays as long as these tickets are pre-booked.

Donna Bull from The Family Parks Group – which owns Sharnfold – said:

“Closing for winter gave us the opportunity to refresh what we have to offer at Sharnfold, and we are thrilled with the outcome.

“We have missed our customers and we look forward to giving everyone a warm and friendly Sharnfold welcome.

“In particular, we are pleased with our newly-renovated cafe and shop. It’s a space that’s not just a shop and cafe but a haven for all things cozy, stylish, and delicious.”

The Farm now offers:

  • Farmyard animals, including ducks, chicken, goats, sheep and many other
  • Adventure playground, including sandpit, mini racers, balance beams and mini golf
  • Active Alley, testing your physical activity
  • Timber Town, Sharnfold’s woodland village
  • Puzzle Patch, word searches and spot the difference
  • Enchanted Enclosure
  • Go on a giant bug hunt in Critter Corner
  • And explore sounds and create your own music in the Sound Station.

Tickets are usually £6.45 per person when you pre-book but this Easter get them half price.

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  • Peter Lindsey

    PETER Lindsey is a PR specialist, having worked in the local media in Sussex as a Newspaper Editor from 1990 to 2009. He is a now a Director at Ignite PRE and is also Editor of Bournefree Magazine online and in print, which covers Eastbourne and Hailsham areas.

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