Tickets are now available for Autism Berkshire’s 2017 World Autism Awareness Day family fun day at Bucklebury Farm Park.
The park, between Reading and Thatcham, has a wide range of activities available, with the chance to meet all the animals on the farm, including deer and rare-bred Berkshire pigs, enjoy the indoor and outdoor play areas and take a woodland walk or visit the nature trail.
The fun day will run from 10.30am to 4.30pm and we are looking forward to seeing you there.
The ticket price includes the entrance fee includes access to the play barn, pat-a-pet experience, deer safari and a tractor and trailer ride.
A barbecue lunch is also included, consisting of Woody’s burgers, Vicar’s game sausages, coleslaw and a greenleaf salad, plus gingerbread or a brownie. If you prefer vegetarian, gluten-free or dairy-free options, please indicate when you book tickets.
Tickets are priced £10 for adults and £7.50 for children (plus booking fee). Children under three will admitted free of charge, but will still need a ticket reserved for them.
Click here to book your tickets for the fun day.
Parents remain responsible for their children throughout the day and no unaccompanied children will be admitted to the park.
Click here for full details of all the facilities at the park and detailed directions on how to get there. The farm park is at the edge of Bucklebury village, postcode RG7 6RR, with routes available from the A4 between Reading and Newbury and from the M4/A34 interchange at Chieveley.
The fun day is being supported by a Big Lottery Fund Celebrate programme grant.