DO YOU have a small dog with an inside leg measurement of less than ten inches?
If you do, take it along to the Woodlands Farm open day on Sunday and it could be in line to win a box of gravy-coated dog biscuits in the terrier races.
“We’re looking forward to welcoming visitors to Woodlands for what should be a fun day!” said farmer Andrew Dennis. “I think there should be something for everyone, including terriers!”
Terrier racing is just one of the attractions at the organic farm’s open day, as visitors can also enjoy tractor and trailer rides, arts activities, wildlife displays, fun activities with the RSPB, breadmaking, craft stalls and more.
There will also be a pop-up kitchen with Jamie Hazell and Martin Real championing the best of the farm’s produce, as well as wellie wanging, delicious teas and a tombola with money raised for the local church.
Woodlands Farm practices an open farm policy and hosts visits for schools throughout Lincolnshire. Winner of the BBC Radio 4 Farmer of the Year 2009, the farm’s summer open days attract over 2,000 visitors.
The open day is from 10am to 4pm and admission is free.
Contact 07939 475499.