Adam's Farm proves popular with South West Countryfile fans

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By sophia1980 | Tuesday, August 12, 2014, 10:57

Fans of the TV series Countryfile now have the opportunity to visit the home of its presenter, Adam Henson, more easily as regional coach operators Bakers Dolphin, are offering tours to the well-loved farm park.

As subject and setting of one of Countryfile's regular features, Adam's Farm has never been more popular with fans of the show. West Country coach travel experts Bakers Dolphin have now added the attraction to their schedule of day trips and say it is proving popular with local families.

Amanda Harrington, Sales and Marketing Director at Bakers Dolphin said: "The farm holds something of interest for everyone, whether it is a farm safari ride, a wildlife walk, or simply a visit to the café.

"Our £139 excursion includes travel as well as everything the farm has to offer. It also includes a beautiful canal cruise in the heart of Birmingham and afternoon tea in Worcester."

Opened in 1971 to preserve rare breed farm animals and to educate the public about them, Adam's Farm has since drawn in millions of tourists. Daily demonstrations, an adventure playground, a tractor school and other popular facilities have made the farm a favourite for all visitors.

Henson's regular reports on the practical challenges that he faces have made the farm an unmissable attraction for any viewer of Countryfile.

Bakers Dolphin coaches are leaving from various locations in the South West for the tour on 27 September and 18 October.

Bookings can be made online at www.bakersdolphin.com or by telephone on 01934 415000.

      

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