Walking with Alpacas

You can book a place to lead an alpaca

on our walks on

Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays

at 12 noon & 3pm.

Each walk lasts for approximately an hour.

Please arrive at least fifteen minutes before the scheduled time.

Booking is essential

Please check our online calendar for availability.

CLICK HERE FOR CALENDAR & AVAILABILITY

WALKING WITH ALPACAS costs £25 per person.

Additional people not wanting to lead an alpaca can

accompany the walk for £10  on a FARM VISIT ticket

Minimum age for leading an alpaca is 10 years old

(each child under 10 years old must be accompanied by an adult)

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A ‘WALKING WITH ALPACAS’ VOUCHER

MAKES AN IDEAL GIFT

CLICK HERE TO BUY A VOUCHER
CLICK HERE TO REDEEM A VOUCHER
PLEASE CLICK ON ‘BOOK NOW’ LINK TO VIEW ONLINE CALENDAR & AVAILABILITY

BOOK NOW

If you need any more information, please email

drew@greatgroundfarm.co.uk

or call Drew on

07831550118

TESTIMONIALS:
WALKING WITH ALPACAS has been described as idyllic‘, ‘confidence-building‘ & ‘an absolutely fabulous day out.

“The startling benefits to children with autism of regular contact with alpacas – although largely unexplained – is unequivocally proven.”

DR HILARY DEVINE

“Alpacas impart a sense of calm intelligence that cannot fail to be transferred to those spending time with them.”

ELIZABETH E FRANCOMBE

“Just an hour spent with these charming creatures did more for me that a month of weekly sessions with my therapist! I can’t recommend it enough.”

J. FINNIGAN

We are very pleased to be working with Stable Mates Therapy 

Recent feedback from them below:

Great Ground Farm

Stable Mates Therapy is very excited to be working in association with Great Ground Farm. Their wonderful, graceful, funny and interactive herd have proven a real hit with clients. Our clients are mainly, children with behavioural and emotional issues, but also adults with learning difficulties and family groups needing assistance.

The therapeutic benefit of alpacas is clear, with even the most vulnerable able to interact safely with the animals in the beautiful setting of Great Ground Farm.

No one can dismiss the honour of forming a bond of trust with an prey animal, whose very survival relies on their ability to escape the threat of a predator…a category which of course, we humans fall into.

The reindeer are a fascinating and somewhat magical twist to what’s on offer here, as they roam their own forest showcasing Wayne’s stunningly crafted, organic environment.

The opportunities this set up offers from a local school group ‘story telling’ arena, to learning survival skills and workshops, or in our case, a therapeutic backdrop to learning about body language and how animals should live within their own community, is a wonderful bonus that should not be kept a secret any longer!

Thank you to all at Great Ground Farm.

Kate Kee- Stable Mates Therapy.

 

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