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    • roadsidetree
    • By roadsidetree 6th Apr 07, 6:16 PM
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    Odds farm park?
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    Odds farm park? 6th Apr 07 at 6:16 PM
    hi,

    we are thinking of treating our nephews (13, 11 & 8) to Odds farm (http://www.oddsfarm.co.uk/index.php) tomorrow

    Has anyone been here before? Any tips please?

    thanks
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    • alyssa_mae
    • By alyssa_mae 6th Apr 07, 9:53 PM
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    were going tomorrow. have been going there for a few years now. to be honest if you can get to willow park farm it's bigger and better but were going cos we havn't been for a while. theres a nice picnic area (cos it's always cheaper to take your own food) we didn't think the cafe was up to much anyway. get your children to wear trousers theres haystacks to climb on and a play area outside as well. lots of animals to touch and plenty of places for u to wash your hands afterwards.

    if you get your local observer look for the voucher that gets a child in free with a paying adult.
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