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Amelia Trust Farm is a Care Farm charity, established 27 yrs ago, that supports disadvantaged and vulnerable people with various complex needs. The Farm and it's woodlands are set in 160 acres of countryside sanctuary in the Vale of Glamorgan. Open...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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Amelia Trust Farm Five Mile Lane | Vale of Glamorgan, Barry CF62 3AS, Wales
All reviews play area free entry rabbits and guinea pigs free range eggs woodland walk charity run excellent afternoon couple hours picnic bbq petting zoo animal enclosures duck pond young children great little place few hours lovely woodland tea and cake
I visited the farm last week where I noticed the lambs have poo over their bums, they were rubbing up against fences and seemed distressed. As I walked through the fields I noticed some of the outdoor animals do not look well and some were...More
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Karen T, Manager at Amelia Trust Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago
Amelia Trust Farm is a charity set up 28 years ago to be a rural lung for disadvantaged people across South Wales but in particular for young people who are going through a difficult time in their lives. This remains our mission to this day....More
We attended a birthday party at the farm today and it was brilliant!! There was an animal handling session where the children got to feed and brush the rabbits and guinea pigs, stroke the ferrets and hold and bath the tortoise (which was my son’s...More
The Amelia Trust Farm is a working farm which opens its doors to visitors. It is a lovely day out especially for families with younger children. Although it's not a fancy place with arcades or other entertainment it's definitely worth a visit as you can...More
The place is huge, so make sure you have a good couple hours spare to go, there is a few animals there could do with a few more though and could do with animals you can feed or pat, as I think it is good...More
Lovely visit checking it out for our grandsons visit. Great prices as most farms are ridiculously expensive. Lovely grounds for woodland walks and plenty of places for a picnic. It was so hit most animals were asleep!
On the off chance, we visited for breakfast (Monday morning), it was quiet so basically had the coffee shop to ourselves, service was quick and staff polite. There was plenty of history to read within the coffee shop, how the trust was started. Plenty for...More