We place great importance on your safety during your visit to Manor Farm & Country Park. Please read the following section carefully to ensure all group helpers are made aware of the necessary precautions.
As an outdoor facility there are a number of possible risks to health and safety of visitors. We have undertaken risks assessments specifically for educational visits and activities, copies of which will be given on your pre-visit. We strongly recommend that group leaders visit the site before a school visit to help with the preparation of their own risk assessments. If this is not possible, a telephone call to the Heritage and Community Engagement Officer is required to run through the pre-visit information.
In the event of an emergency during your visit please report immediately to a member of staff or go directly to the farm reception.
When visiting the farm:
Leaders and parents should consider whether some activities are suitable for students with asthma or allergies. Students might also come into contact with fur, feathers, dust, hay and straw. Please discuss any concerns you have with our Heritage and Community Engagement Officer during your pre-visit.
Please consult Preventing or Controlling ill health from animal contact at visitor attraction for more information.