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Farmer Palmers Farm Park

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Address
Farmer Palmers Farm Park
Wareham Road
Organford
Poole
Dorset
BH16 6EU
England
Telephone 01202 622022
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Dorset's Favourite Family Day Out!

Play & entertainment begins at 10am, an ideal family day out! You’ll get close to all sorts of farm animals, learn about them and have fun doing it.

Dorset’s favourite attraction has a full daily timetable of events which is constantly changing, giving hands-on experiences for the children, all in a safe and welcoming environment.

Whatever the weather, Farmer Palmer’s near Poole has stacks of indoor and outdoor play areas with lots of exciting activities. Watch the kids run, slide, climb and bounce as they explore the farm park.

Relax in the Hen House Restaurant with a delicious coffee and indulge in a slice of home made cake!

Our team of happy, friendly staff are ready to deliver excellent customer service so busy parents and excitable children will be well looked after at our award winning farm park! Remember to keep an eye out for the real Farmer Palmer!

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Open Daily Sat 21st January – Friday 22nd December 2017

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Directions

We are very easy to find whether you are travelling to Farmer Palmers by car, train, bus or coach.

If you cannot find the information you are looking for or would like any additional advice on making travel arrangements, then please do not hesitate to contact us – 01202 622022

By Bus -The Wilts and Dorset Bus Company (0871 2022233) has a stop called the Farmer Palmer Stop at the end of our entrance. The route 40 Bus: Poole to Swanage is the route you need. It runs Monday to Friday, hourly, and Sundays 2 journeys.

By Train – You can alight at Poole or Wareham, then catch the bus (Wilts & Dorset route 40 Poole to Swanage) . We are on the Waterloo to Weymouth line.

By Car – Directions to Farmer Palmer’s – Please Note: If using a SatNav, please use the town of Organford as the destination rather than the post code.

From Poole
A35 towards Dorchester & Wareham on the dual carriageway.
At the end of the dual carriageway is a roundabout (with the Bakers Arms Pub to the right).
Go straight over A35 for 1 mile and we are the second left (signed with brown signs)

From Christchurch
Past Bournemouth and Poole picking up the A35 dual carriageway towards Dorchester.
At the end of the dual carriageway is a roundabout (with the Bakers Arms Pub to the right).
Go straight over A35 for 1 mile and we are the second left (signed with brown signs)

From Wareham
A351 towards Poole. 2 1/2 Miles from Wareham at the traffic lights turn left. After 1 mile (which includes going over Organford bridge!) you will see our brown sign

From Blandford
Take the A350 towards Poole from Blandford.,
Turn right onto the A35 dual Carriageway towards Dorchester.
At the end of the dual carriageway (1 _ miles) is a roundabout
Go straight over A35 for 1 mile and we are the second left (signed with brown signs)

From Ringwood
A31 to Dorchester, past Wimborne until you get to the roundabout with the A350
Turn left onto the A350 towards Poole for approx 3 1/2 miles,
Turn right onto the A35 dual Carriageway towards Dorchester.
After 1 _ miles is a roundabout (with the Bakers Arms pub to the right)
Go straight over A35 for 1 mile and we are the second left (signed with brown signs)

From Dorchester
A35 to Bere Regis and Poole
Approx 6 miles after Bere Regis (past signs for Morden & Slepe) look for brown signs pointing right as the road widens.

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