DODFORD Children’s Holiday Farm opened its gates and raised almost £1,400 with a special family fun day.
Visitors enjoyed a BBQ, cream teas, stalls and a country dancing display put on by children from Millfields First School as well as a chance to meet the farm’s donkeys, ponies, sheep, chickens and rabbits.
The farm, which is not open to the public, provided information about holidays, short-breaks and daytrips they offer to disadvantaged and disabled children.
Kelly Broadfield, manager at Dodford Children’s Farm, said: “We were really pleased with how the day went and we managed to raise almost £1,400!
“The charity rely largely on donations and income from school visits, so we hope this family fun day helped to raise awareness of the Farm and how we give disadvantaged and disabled children a taste of the countryside.”