Join us on Saturday, September 16 for an exclusive day at Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park in Gloucestershire.
Guests will start the day with early access to the park for a light breakfast of coffee, tea, juice and bacon rolls in the Clubhouse before enjoying a talk with the nation’s most recognisable farmer, Adam Henson, in the park’s new Livestock Barn. After the talk, you will then enjoy a private tour of the Livestock Barn and the Touch Barn lead by Adam before the Farm Park opens to the public for the day.
Adam will be discussing his new book A Farmer and His Dog, which explores the unique relationship between farmers and their dogs in this celebration of Britain's working breeds. The book explores the history of the various breeds of sheepdog including their role in the running of a farm, memories of the special dogs Adam has had over the years and extraordinary stories of the brave acts of heroic sheepdogs.
Copies of the book will be on sale at the event and guests will also have the opportunity to get their copy signed by Adam at the end of the morning, before enjoying all-day access to the park which is included in the ticket price.
Adam Henson presents Countryfile, often from his 650-hectare farm in the Cotswolds. Having studied Agriculture at college, Adam took over Bemborough Farm from his father. The farm now grows wheat, spring barley and oilseed rape, runs a flock of 400 commercial ewes and has the UK's leading collection of rare breeds, many of which are in demand for film sets and advertisements.
Cotswold Farm Park offers a total countryside experience for all the family, welcoming more than 100,000 visitors each year.
For those guests wishing to stay close to the event, please note that the park also offers camping facilities which can be booked on a first come first serve basis.
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