Landkey farm attraction reopens

THE North Devon Farm Park at Landkey outside Barnstaple has reopened under new management after a lengthy period of closure. The park features rare breed traditional farm livestock and visitors can see a range of sheep, cattle, goats, pigs and many oth

THE North Devon Farm Park at Landkey outside Barnstaple has reopened under new management after a lengthy period of closure.

The park features rare breed traditional farm livestock and visitors can see a range of sheep, cattle, goats, pigs and many others on show.

These include the now rare Mangalitza (curly coated) pigs, and a variety of sheep including Kerry Hills, Manx Laughtan , Hebridean and Devon & Cornwall Longwools.

Visitors also have the chance to see Mary and Royal, the Farm Park's Clydesdale and Shire horses.


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Manager Lewis Paterson said: "Our aim has been to provide an affordable and enjoyable day out for the whole family. With the range of things to do on offer we feel that we are achieving that and will go from strength to strength".

The farm attraction also boasts indoor play, a gift shop, holiday cottage, tea rooms and angling lake.

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