Cotswold Farm Park is reopening in July

The hugely popular Cotswold Farm Park is reopening to visitors on Saturday 4 July 2020, following the easing of coronavirus lockdown restrictions in England.

Families in Gloucestershire will be delighted that Cotswold Farm Park in Guiting Power will be reopening on Saturday 4 July 2020, after the government further eased coronavirus lockdown restrictions in England.

The farm park, which is home to rare breed pigs, goats, cows, sheep and ponies, has been closed since lockdown began in March 2020.

Adam Henson announced the reopening with a video on Cotswold Farm Park’s social media channels, reassuring visitors that all the required COVID-19 safety measures would be in place. Advance tickets will be available through an online booking system.

The caravan and campsite at Cotswold Farm Park will also be reopening with a strategy to keep guests safe, including contactless arrival and departure, social distancing on all pitches, new hand sanitiser points and deliveries of food and drink to individual pitches.

For more information, visit cotswoldfarmpark.co.uk.

© SoGlos
Wednesday 24 June 2020

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