Whirlow Hall Farm are back in their summertime spot on Sunday 7 July for a day full of fun activities - come rain or shine it's farm fayre time!
This year is extra special, it's their 40th birthday, so pop by and celebrate with them!
Brought to you by their headline sponsors Gripple and additional sponsors EMR Recycling and Section 31, the farm will be bursting with entertainment and activities for all ages, and you're invited.
Whether it's keeoing your little ones entertained and amazed, lounging with a drink and some street food as you listen to live music, shopping til you drop, heading to their funfair or meeting some of their four-legged residents, they've got something for everyone at the Farm Fayre.
Their Festival Garden is dedicated to keeping their smallest visitors entertained with baby yoga, mini ravers, messy play and sing and sign activities to name just a few.
And they're bringing the sunny seaside to Sheffield with their pop-up beach, deckchairs and Punch and Judy shows.
Their main event arena has every activity you need to tire out even the most excited of youngsters. Featuring a ninja assault course, funfair rides, archaeology activities, character visits, historical re-enactments and even pony riding on offer in their pony menage too.
And don't worry - they haven't forgotten about mum and dad. With street food, a bustling craft and farmer's market, bar and live music available throughout the day, there's something for everyone, whatever you fancy.
NEW FOR 2019
There's a great new selection of hands-on activities for you to try throughout the day. Join in with one of the parkour workshops featuring fabulous displays, try your hand at belly dancing or learn a circus skill or two. They'll even have some mini professors science experiments for young children to learn through playing.
Kids under 14 have FREE ENTRY, and adult tickets are just £6 and parking is free.
All funds raised will support their educational work with vulnerable local young people.
Beat the queues with advance tickets, available from www.whirlowhallfarm.org