Fairytale Farm announces second unicorn event for half-term
Oxfordshire’s Fairytale Farm – located just outside Chipping Norton – will open for the coming school half-term holidays with its second ‘Once upon a Unicorn’ event.
The Farm’s manager, Hannah Nott, says: “We ran this event back in 2019 and it was by far the most successful event in the Farm’s history. So back by popular demand, we will be hosting our enchanting ‘Once upon a Unicorn’, a week-long event where visitors can experience the magical powers of this mythical creature.”
Fairytale Farm will host this popular event every day from Saturday 29th May to Sunday 6th June. Hannah says: “Come and see our magical display of unicorns and meet the unicorn queen, who will teach your children how to sing and dance to her whimsical tune! Have your photograph taken with our beautiful unicorns and their queen and discover our themed crafts and activities!”
Everything is designed to be Covid-safe, and most of the event will take place either outdoors or in well-ventilated marquees. Three marquees have been put in place for the event. More details can be found here: https://www.fairytalefarm.co.uk/events/once-upon-a-unicorn-2021/
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Fairytale Farm owner, Nick Laister, is available for interview. Contact him on 07778 207036.
Fairytale Farm can be found on the A44 (Oxford to Chipping Norton road), just outside Chipping Norton. The address is Fairytale Farm, Southcombe, Chipping Norton, OX7 5QH. Tel: 01608 238014. Email: email@example.com.
It is a farm park visitor attraction based around six zones: Jack’s Yard; the Enchanted Walk; Fairy Dell; Huff & Puff Adventure Playground; Alfie & Friends Animal Zone; and Wilderness Walk.
Tickets can be bought online at a discount here: https://fairytalefarm.digitickets.co.uk/tickets.
The farm is open 362 days a year (closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day).
Fairytale Farm is a member of Experience Oxfordshire, Cotswolds Tourism, Shakespeare’s England, Tourism South East, Tourism For All and the National Farm Attractions Network.