Junior was a bit overwhelmed at first.
But a ride on a tractor
And a play in the sand
More tractor time, with Dad to lend a helping hand
More fun with Dad
15 minutes feeding and talking to these little ones
With a big hug from Auntie Fran soon had him on top form. We walked what seemed like miles , looked at all sorts of wonderful things and animals until this said it was time for home.
Folly Farm is a magical place for children of all ages, there is loads to see and do both outside and in.
Apart from the fairground rides and go carts it is free. There is plenty of space and enough places to get hot and cold food and drinks so that you never feel crowded. There are plenty of Picnic areas with tables and chairs and ample rubbish bins all around.
We went back again later in the year and will be there again this year.
I hope you enjoyed sharing this with me and if you find yourself in west Wales do pay a visit.
I have put together another photo heavy post, showing how I made the phone cases and will share this soon.
Dinner tonight is Beef Olives in a rich onion gravy with Yorkshire Pudding and vegetables, we love our Yorkies and have them with any gravy meal.