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Cockfields Farm Park Ashton Under Lyne Farm

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Cockfields Farm Park on the border of Oldham and Ashton Under Lyne has an array of farm animals, reptiles, an indoor role play village, lots of outdoor fun, and an on-site cafe.

Cockfields Farm Park on the border of Oldham and Ashton Under Lyne has an array of farm animals, reptiles, an indoor role play village, lots of outdoor fun, and an on-site cafe.

Here’s what you need to know about Cockfields Farm Park

Animals at Cockfields Farm in Oldham / Ashton-Under-Lyne

Cockfields Farm has a variety of animals both large and small all located indoors including cows, goats, pigs, alpacas, llamas, reindeer, guinea pigs, chickens, rabbits, meerkats, a tortoise, and lots more.

They also have a great reptile and bug zone with a very large boa constrictor, ball python, bearded dragons, gekos, centerpeeds, aftrican snails, stick insects, and other great species.

Activities at Cockfields Farm in Ashton-Under-Lyne / Oldham

Along with their great animals, Cockfields Farm Park also has a variety of indoor and outdoor activities. Indoors they have had a popular role-play village complete with a police station, post office, shop, school, salon, vets, farm, theatre and even a garage with Little Tykes vehicles. They also have a small go car track, diggers, and a child’s rodeo cow ride (for an additional small fee).

Outside Cockfield Farm boasts a large play frame, beach-style sandpit, a giant bouncy pillow ( weather dependable), swings, pedal tractors, crawl through tunnels, and a fence off duck pond.

On both weekdays and weekends, the popular Oldham farm runs different animal-based activities depending on the season such as cuddling baby animals, bottle feeding goats, washing pigs, donkey grooming, reptile shows, mini farmer, and lots more.

During school holidays Cockfields Farm runs special themed events such as Enchanted week where you can meet a unicorn, princess, and superhero weeks, build your own bear parties, and lots more. See their website for the latest events.

They also host a very popular Christmas event each year complete with Santa’s with a real beard and his real reindeer.

Food at Cockfields Farm Park

Cockfields Farm near Manchester sells a good variety of food and drinks in their Wooly Jumper cafe. The cafe has a large seating area and offers a range of hot and cold food, coffees, teas, hot chocolate, milkshakes, and slushies. Icecreams can also be purchased from the farm’s gift shop which has a large selection of toys and souvenirs.

Pack lunches are also welcomed at the farm and you will find a few picnic benches both inside and out.

Cockfields Farm Park Prices

General entry to the farm costs £11.00 for both adults and children and under 1’s tickets for £2.00. Carers tickets are also available at £7.50 (proof required.)

Events are usually charged at a small additional fee.

Cockfields Farm Opening Hours

Cockfields Farm Park is open 10.00 am – 4.30 pm Monday to Friday and 10.00 am – 4.00 pm on Sundays.

Cockfields Farm Location

Cockfields Farm Park is located in Greater Manchester on the border of Oldham and Tameside at Lees Rd, OL6 8AR.

For those wishing to drive to Cockfields Farm, there is a large free car park with overflow parking during events.

For public transport to Cockfields Farm, from Oldham, the 425 bus service stops at Abbey Hills Rd stop which is around a 5-minute walk to the farm. From Manchester the 231 services from Piccadilly Gardens and stops at Lichfields Avenue bus stop, around a 17-minute walk to Cockfields.

Review of Cockfields Farm Park

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For more information about Cockfields Farm Park visit their website here or call 0161 331 3322


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