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Leahy's Open Farm, Dungourney, Midleton, Co Cork.

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COVID-19

Leahys Open Farm has decided to close the farm to protect the health, wellbeing and safety of our staff, visitors young and old and local community.

The farm will be closed until the 29th March as per guidelines from the Department and the HSE. We will do our part to try and reduce the risk of spreading this virus.

We hope to be up and running again for Easter.

From all at Leahys,
Please look after your families and those dear to you.

Please god let this virus pandemic end soon.

New Opening Hours 

Starting this week our indoor soft play area, coffee shop and front playground on Wednesday mornings! 9:30am – 11:30am
This is €5 per family or free if you are a member!

From the 7th of February we will be opening on Fridays 10am to 6pm!
(Regular entry price €10.50, under 2’s free)

Then finally, for Easter holidays we will be open each day from 10am until 6pm

Easter Camps 

Easter Camp 7, 8, & 9th April (Week 1)
€60
Collect the eggs, feed the animals, Hold the snake, Arts and Crafts, Treasure Hunts, Go-karting, Crazy Golf, Adventure trails, maze, Spins in the Barrel Train, Digger Rides & more!

Chocolate workshops each day of camp as well as farm fun.

Children must be over 5 years of age and bring a packed lunch.

Space is limited so book now to avoid disappointment 083-848 8142 or info@leahysopenfarm.ie

 

New Baby Lambs 

Help us to feed our new additions Woolly and Jumper during petting time at the farm 1, 3 & 5pm

 

Smoking Shelter 

We at Leahy’s Open Farm are a smoke free family friendly attraction.
The only smoking facility is outside the front entrance in the dedicated smoking area.
There is no smoking permitted once you enter the farm!

We hope to see you all for some good, clean fun 🤞🏻

 

 

 

 

     New Sustainable Steps! 

Delighted to be implementing some new environmentally friendly changes here at Leahy’s Open Farm – it’s starting with moving away from single use plastics where possible – this was a huge problem with sauces and jam portions but over the next few months we will be installing solar panels and new energy efficient lighting.

We are also taking part in the Savour Food programme to help us reduce our food wastage and follow best practice!

It’s one of the farms 2020 goals to reduce our carbon footprint as much as possible, as well as increasing biodiversity across the farm.

Step by step making East Cork more environmentally sustainable!