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Pupils from Thurlby Primary School enjoy a trip to the Tiny Steps Petting Farm




Children enjoyed a special treat to mark the end of their year at school.

The youngsters from Thurlby Community Primary Academy visited Tiny Steps Petting Farm, a new attraction just off the A15, south of the village.

They met donkeys Alfie, Archie, Dusty and Dinky, goats that included Buckle and Bow, as well as Dozier and Sugar the sheep, and geese, chickens and guinea pigs.

Feeding the goats
Feeding the goats

The petting farm, which has been opened by Dave and Tracey Hall, is open daily except Wednesdays and is accessible for wheelchair users.

The donkey was lovingly groomed
The donkey was lovingly groomed
The kids met the kids
The kids met the kids
Learning about looking after pets
Learning about looking after pets
Children met a miniature pony
Children met a miniature pony
The gorgeous guinea pigs were popular
The gorgeous guinea pigs were popular


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