We are crowdfunding!

Help us make the fairytale come true. Fairytale Farm is crowdfunding from 1 February to 31 March 2016. During this period, you can contribute to our next phase of development and receive unique rewards. 

To contribute to our crowdfunding campaign, go to our Indiegogo site:


Our Story

David Cameron opening Fairytale Farm

Fairytale Farm is the first mainstream visitor attraction where everything has been designed for children with disabilities - but that can be enjoyed by everybody - and where no pre-booking is required. You can read our full story here. We have achieved a phenomenal amount since the Prime Minister, David Cameron, cut the ribbon in 2013, but there is a lot more to do and we need your help to achieve it.


In exchange for your support, we are offering a range of rewards and incentives that are not available to anyone else. These include branded gifts, unique farm visits, animal keeper experiences, a VIP party, opportunities to immortalise yourself on the sensory trail and lifetime passes with exciting perks. Read more about our rewards here.

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We are trying to raise £91,500 for the following projects, all of which we aim to implement over the next 24 months:

• Two new interactive themed areas based on fairies and dinosaurs;
• Upgrading our existing cafe to make it more appealing and to enable it to be used for a variety of functions;
• Installing new chairs and tables in the cafe;
• Hoist for disabled children;
• Installing an interactive sound system for the Sea Creatures and Party Poppers on our Enchanted Walk;
• Creating a unique, interactive 'Giant's Camera', which takes photos and instantly posts on Facebook;
• Activity panels with things that can be turned, touched, make noise, etc;
• Giant willow tunnel over light fountains, so that the lights can be used all day long to create a colourful, moving light show;
• Creating a raised sandpit for wheelchair users;
• Animal handling building to allow animal petting in adverse weather and shelter for school groups;
• New toilet block at bottom of site
• Hay barn and feed store for the animal area;
• Automated water system for animals;
• Complete our new cafe building and party rooms, fit out and furnish;
• Create new enclosures/aviaries/buildings for small animal displays, e.g. birds, ferrets; and
• Extension to the Huff and Puff Adventure Playground to create a new toddlers playground to include new toddlers climbing equipment, special all-ability pedal tractor track and toddlers sandpit.

TOTAL: £91,500

To contribute to our crowdfunding campaign, go to our Indiegogo site:


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Photo of Nick and Olivia Laister"We can't take Fairytale Farm to the next level without this funding. £91,500 means we can introduce these important new attractions and facilities that will significantly improve our visitors' experience."

Nick Laister, Founder of Fairytale Farm
January 2016 


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