Santa on the Farm

Our New Tier 3 Compliant Santa Visit on the Farm  

SMALL ANIMAL HANDLING

Everyday you can hold and cuddle some of the smaller Animals that live here on the Farm. Handling sessions include: Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Hedgehogs, Owls and sometimes baby Chicks & Ducklings.

REPTILE SHOWS

We have a wide range of Exotic Reptiles and Creepy Crawlies that also live on the farm, and during your visit you can hold, touch and learn lots of fascinating information about Lizards, Snakes, Tortoises, Insects & Bugs just to name a few.

OUR FARM ANIMALS

Our Farm wouldn’t be complete without great selection of Farm animals many of them who are Pets to us. On your visit you can see Donkeys, Llamas, Alpacas, Goats, Sheep, Cows, Pigs, Ponies, Ducks, Chickens, Geese, Reindeer and even Meerkats!

OUR EVENTS

ABOUT US

Cockfields – A Fun Farm Park Offering A Full Day Out. 
 

Cockfields Farm Park is a family run business, located in Greater Manchester on the border of Ashton Under Lyne and Oldham.

Along with the chance to meet our resident farm animals, we also offer an array of daily activites, an amazing playground and bouncy pillow and a full day out. 

Watch out for our popular Special Events including our Pick Your Own Pumpkin, Our Amazing Christmas Experience and lots more.

We are open 7 days a week, have a Large Free Car Park, a Café , Picnic Area and Gift Shop.

Don’t delay, visit us today! 

WHAT OUR VISITORS SAY

Had a fabulous day with our girls. The staff were all so friendly and the pumpkin patch and carving was fantastic. The Halloween trail was great, all great fun.

Kayleigh Robinson - October 2020
It's fantastic interacting with the animals and feeding them. The pumpkin afternoon for the toddlers was so well organised, the effort that was put in to make it safe, fun and not too scary for the little ones, loved it. Well done

Kayleigh Robinson - October 2020
We had a fab afternoon pumpkin picking and carving. All staff were very friendly and helpful. We've been here a couple of times in the past and certainly won't be the last.

Jenny Heap - October 2020