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Reviews of Farmer Palmer's, Poole

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Review by Poppy-Mae Jenkins on 1st March, 2010

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I can't begin to rave about Farmer Palmer's enough.....I live in London and fancied taking my two little ones out for the day, I have Jake who's 3 and Issac whos 10mnths. I know Poole is rather a distance to go, but boy am I glad I did! We arrived to such smiley staff, something of a rarety in London - we told them how far we'd come and they were over the moon. We went on to be given a welcome pack as it was the first time we'd been to visit, which I thought was a lovely idea, a real warm welcome! The park just took my breath away, it felt so safe and clean. All the staff were so helpful, polite and seemed very dedicated to the park. - I have later been on to their website and found out its a family run attraction, which you can definately tell! We played arond for an hour or so on the peddle tractors which little Jake loved, then went into the restaurant to have some lunch. I had the homemade soup, bread roll and a cup of tea which was delicious, and the boys has a little picnic box each - it all came to an amazing 11.25, what a bargain! The absolute icing on the cake to our already fantastic day out was at around 3pm one of the parks pigs started giving birth - I couldn't believe my eyes, I had NEVER seen this happen before, it was so wonderful to see, and all the staff really explained everything that was happening. All the children that surrounded were all speechless and really interested - doesn't that beat sitting them infront of a television! I had such a brilliant day, and my little ones were so warn out by the time we went home that the journey back was commpletely silent! They haven't shut up about Farmer Palmers since and want to come back. Thank god for the website, and facebook as it means Jake can see pictures when he's not there. Please please go and see it all for yourselves - its truely remarkable. Thank you Farmer Palmer's! Poppy-Mae

Date visited: 17th February 2010

Review by Rachel on 4th September, 2006

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Visited for the second year running. This place is brilliant for kids and so much fun with the bottle feeding, grooming, demo's, tractor play area and indoor soft play. Excellant value for money. Would go again and again.

Date visited: August 21st 2006

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