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Half term fun at Canalside Farm

By Jordan Reynolds | Staffordshire | Attractions | Published:

A series of workshops will be held at a farm near Stafford over half term.

Canalside Farm Countryfile Ramble. Picture by: Rob Hall

Canalside Farm will be encouraging children to get back to nature with a series of workshops.

There will be two workshops on February 19, at 11am and 1pm, where children will be taken for a walk around the farm, to gather materials to make their very own bird feeder.

Chris Barton, owner of the farm, said: “We feel very lucky to live in a location where we see wildlife every day and have stunning countryside right on our doorstep and want to share this with our customers.

"We are always looking at ways that we can inspire young children and hope that these fun workshops will encourage them to enjoy nature.”

On February 21, there will be two more workshops at 11am and 1pm, where children can get creative and make their very own ‘Matisee the Cat’ mask.

If you would like to book a place on the workshops e-mail anna@canalsidefarm.co.uk or speak to a member of staff in the farm shop. There will be a charge of £7 for each workshop, see their website for details.

Canalside Farm, Shop and Café is open every day from 9am to 5pm and is located in Great Haywood, just six miles outside Stafford.

The farm is situated just off the A51, between Stone and Rugeley or can be accessed via the A518 from Stafford, turning right to Great Haywood.

For further information telephone 01889 881747 or log onto the their website canalsidefarm.co.uk

Jordan Reynolds

By Jordan Reynolds
Reporter - @jreynolds_star

Senior reporter at the Express & Star.

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