Thursday, 1 December 2011

Reindeer at Old Holly Farm

The award-winning Old Holly Farm on the A6 toward Garstang has three reindeer on show this December.

Originally from Lapland, two of the reindeer and a yearling, above, are helping keep children enthralled along with the Farm's other animals - calves, chicks, rabbits and more.

"We are helping them get their strength up for an important jobs on Christmas Eve," a spokesperson revealed. "They will be back from the 27th December for a week before they go home!"

The reindeer will be at the Farm until 6th January 2011. There is a 50p admission charge to see them. Old Holly Farm is easy to find, on the main A6 road, just 2 miles north of Garstang. Travelling from the north, leave the M6 at junction 33, taking the A6 signposted for Garstang, about 5 miles from the junction you will see a sign a petrol garage, then a brown sign for Old Holly Farm - both on the left. Take the next road immediately on the right, which is called Cabus Nook Lane, the farm is immediately on the left.

Car parking for Old Holly Farm visitors is via the second farm entrance and is clearly signposted. Please be aware that the A6 has a speed limit of 50mph so you will need to slow in order to turn safely.

Web site: www.oldhollyfarm.com

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