Uncle Henry’s are gearing up for their biggest event of the year, Open Farm Sunday, on the 10th June 2018.

Come and join Uncle Henry’s on the 10th of June from 10am to 4pm for an action-packed family day out at their tenth Open Farm Sunday and discover what life is like on our farms. The main focus of Open Farm Sunday is to educate and show visitors a real ‘Farm to Fork’ experience by learning how food is grown. The event is free to attend and is aid of Brigg Rotary Club and their chosen local charities.


There will be a range of exciting hands on activities and displays throughout the day including Tractor & Trailer rides, Giant Tortoises, Pony Rides, Hatching Chicks, Food Demonstrations, Farm Machinery Displays and lots more.


There is also fantastic range of food and drink on offer throughout the day. The Market Zone will be showcasing a range of Uncle Henry’s local producers and their products, local crafts including wool spinning and candle making and there is plenty to eat on offer with Uncle Henry’s hog roast, Pizza D Angelo, Blyton ice creams and Brigg Rotary’s BBQ featuring Uncle Henry’s home-produced Lincolnshire sausages and burgers. In addition, there is a refreshments marquee with tea and coffee and a Farmer’s Pond bar serving cold drinks and alcohol.


Interested in attending?

New for this year is an online ticket system, all entry tickets are free to book and can be accessed via Uncle Henry’s Website www.unclehenrys.co.uk

It was smiles all round at Uncle Henry’s Open Farm Sunday

The main ring will feature falconry displays, Face your Fear with Tony Butler’s exotic animals, Field of Dreams display dogs, first aid demonstration from LIVES and a family dog show which is free to enter. Pick up a dog show entry form in store or on the day.


Visit the Nature Zone to experience face painting from Grayingham Church and the Woodland Trust will be on hand with free children’s activities.


The Farm Zone features static machinery and the opportunity to sit inside the Combine Harvester, plus Abba Plant hire will be showcasing their limited edition JCB.


A raffle prize draw will also take place at 4pm with all proceeds going to Brigg Rotary Club. Raffle Tickets are on sale now at the farm shop tills or can be purchased on the day.