Hundreds flock to Boynton Farm for big open day fun

Wiltshire Times: Caroline Wheatley-Hubbard and her son Christopher with a trailer-load of visitors about to set off on their  tour of Boynton Farm, near Warminster Caroline Wheatley-Hubbard and her son Christopher with a trailer-load of visitors about to set off on their tour of Boynton Farm, near Warminster

Boynton Farm, near Warminster, opened its gates for over 250 people to celebrate Open Farm Sunday last weekend.

Visitors explored the farm and took part in a number of activities, including guided walks and trailer rides.

There were also craft and children’s activities including the chance to make a pig out of a sock at The Ginger Piggery shop.

Mrs Caroline Wheatley Hubbard, farmer, said: “It was wonderful to see everyone enjoying the farm and we had such nice weather.”

Boynton is a mixed farm that produces arable, dairy, sheep, cows and pigs.

Open Farm Sunday is organised by LEAF, Linking Environment and Farming, and is a chance for visitors to meet farmers and discover the story behind their food.

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5:44am Sat 14 Jun 14

tobydog2267 says...

It's BOYTON you bloody idiots. Call yourself a newspaper, and your staff 'reporters'?
It's BOYTON you bloody idiots. Call yourself a newspaper, and your staff 'reporters'? tobydog2267
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