Cotswold Farm Park Flower Field opens for summer

Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park has opened its wild flower field for summer 2021.

Cotswold Farm Park has announced that its Flower Field is now open for summer 2021.

Those hoping to catch a glimpse of the beautiful flowers will be able to visit until the end of August 2021 – with the park’s popular sunflower crop due to bloom in the middle of August 2021.

With a sea of wildflowers set on a backdrop of the glorious rolling Cotswold hills, the field is the perfect spot for an Instagram photo.

What’s more, the field is also a popular destination for bees and butterflies, with bite-sized facts hidden around the field for visitors to find while capturing their summer snaps.

The flower seeds have been sown in partnership with agricultural seed merchants Bright Seeds, to enhance the diversity of wildflower rich meadows, and will be harvested and shared with local landowners as part of a national initiative to increase biodiversity.

The flower field is open until Friday 23 July 2021 and is free to enter for all Cotswold Farm Park visitors and campsite guests. Those hoping to just visit the flower field can also buy individual tickets for the field, which cost £3 for children and £5 for adults.

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By Maddy Richards

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Thursday 08 July 2021

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