Spring has sprung at Gulliver’s

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Spring is in the air at Gulliver’s Milton Keynes, where Farm Park staff are welcoming a host of new four-legged friends.

The award-winning park is now home to new calves, chickens, lambs, piglets, goats, chicks and lambs ahead of its Easter opening weekend on Saturday 31 March.

The park has also expanded its reptile and bug centre, where new arrivals Steve and Lulu the geckos are busy settling into their new surroundings.

Shetland ponies Chico and Magic and donkeys Diamond and Georgina have made the journey back down south from the Lancashire farm where they spent the winter break - they will be joined in their stables by shire horse Maverick, due to return to the park at the end of the month.

Gulliver’s Sharon Blake said: “Our new arrivals are settling in very well and acclimatising to their new environment. This is a lovely time of year at Farm Park and all of our staff have got a spring in their step waiting to welcome visitors for the new season.”

Gulliver’s Dinosaur and Farm Park is located next door to Gulliver’s Land theme park, opposite Willen Lake in Milton Keynes.

The family run company also has a Camping and Caravanning Club site at its Milton Keynes resort, as well as a restaurant, shops and a SplashZone water play factory.

For more information, visit www.gulliversfun.co.uk or call 01925 444888.