Win family tickets to the new Hatfield House Park Farm!

Hatfield Park Farm opens on Saturday 16th April so come along and be one of the first to meet our new animals such as Whitefaced Woodland Sheep, White Park Cattle and Black Wensleydales who have just arrived!

Because this week we have teamed up with the farmhands to offer three of our readers the chance to win a set of family tickets to see all the animals first hand. And even if you’re too busy to pay a vist over Easter, if you’re one of our winners your tickets will be valid for use up until the end of September!

The working farm will have traditional breed animals in a natural countryside setting. Come and see the pigs, cattle, sheep and many types of ducks and geese as they explore their new surroundings. During the season you will be able to enjoy tractor and trailer rides around the farm and many new fun things to do.

Look out for the fabulous new Bloody Hollow adventure playground as you come into the new entrance and car park at George’s Gate. Try the zip wire or balance on the beams!

The new restaurant opens at Easter. Exclusive shops and free parking.

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Admission prices for Hatfield Park Farm and Bloody Hollow adventure playground are �8.50 for adults, �6.50 for children (3-15yrs), �27 family ticket (2 adults / 2 children). Season tickets are available. Book online through the Hatfield House website 01707 287010 for more information.

If you would like to be in with a chance of winning a set of family tickets to the Hatfield Park Farm, then all you have to do is answer this simple question:

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What is the name of the new adventure playground which is opening at Hatfield Park Farm?

a) Messy Solid

b) Bloody Hollow

c) Ugly Woods

The competition closes on April 18. Winners will be chosen at random from all the correct entries received before this date. The tickets will admit two adults and two children and are valid until the end of September 2011. The tickets are not valid for use when Hatfield House stages major events. There is no cash alternative and no correposndence will be entered into. The editor’s decision is final.

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