Families in Gloucestershire will soon be able to enjoy a socially distanced day out at Cattle Country Adventure Farm Park, as it reopens to visitors on Saturday 4 July 2020, following the latest easing of Coronavirus lockdown measures.
The park will be open from Wednesday to Sunday each week initially and tickets must be booked online in advance – where visitors will have the option to book a morning or an afternoon slot.
Cattle Country’s outdoor areas will reopen first including the castle, adventure playground, beach barn, mini golf and animal experience barn, and the new café will also be open for locally-sourced food too.
Ticket prices will be reduced to reflect the park’s shorter opening hours and restricted activities. While season ticket holders whose tickets were valid on Sunday 22 March 2020, before lockdown began, will also have their tickets automatically extended by 15 weeks.
For more information, and to book tickets, visit cattlecountry.co.uk.
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