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There’s so much to see and do on the farm but springtime is especially busy as lambing is in full swing. It really is something to see a lamb being born – just bear in mind that our sheep can’t lamb on demand but with over 300 in the flock, the odds are stacked well in your favour!  Note: Some activities, like go-karting, are unavailable during the lambing period as the animals are temporarily occupying this area.

Easter time on the farm is action-packed too with plenty of eggs-tra activities to enjoy. Unleash your inner artist – paint eggs or design an eye-catching Easter bonnet and bring it with you to enter our competitions over the Easter weekend – prizes for the best entries.

You can enjoy the sheepstakes too. At 4pm on each day (weather permitting) see our teddy jockies urge their sheep down the stretch and across the finish line. It’s guaranteed to make you smile. Got a shepherd’s enquiry? Sheep racing also takes place every Sunday and bank holiday too (again, weather permitting).

Lambing Live: 17th – 31st of March

New – You can now come to Newgrange Farm to see our flock of sheep lambing and our herd of cows calving. Spring is the best time on any farm as it is the time for regrowth and baby animals! Please remember that this is a natural process and sheep will lamb in their own time – not on demand, however with a flock of 500 we would hope that you do get to see it all taking place. Please note that not all activities are available during lambing e.g. Go-Karts and Maze as the animals are occupying these areas!
*Normal Family Admission Rates Apply to Lambing Live.

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Easter Weekend  8th – 10th of April

This Easter we are having two sessions daily for entry to the Farm

Morning Session Arrival from 10.00am – Depart by 1.30pm

Afternoon Session Arrival from 2.00pm – Depart 5.30pm

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From 10.45am to 12.45pm and from 2.45pm to 4.45pm daily we will be running four competitions situated around the Farm – Hook A Duck, Bunny Throw, Lollipop Game and a Colouring Competition. All children will receive something small for taking part in each competition with different prizes for winners.

The Easter Bunny will also be in attendance during the above times and you will be able to take pictures of your family with him on your phone or camera.

Due to popular demand our Eater Bonnet Competition is back this year.

Judging for this competition will take place at 12 Noon and 4.00pm each day

Looking forward to welcoming you to Newgrange Farm at Easter.

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