Spring Farm Alpacas was heavily featured in an article on alpaca walking in Sunday’s edition of The Observer on 4/4/21.
“Do you fancy taking an alpaca for a walk? Then join the queue. This is the headline from The Observer on Sunday 4th April 2021. As we come out of lockdown, we have been able to open for bookings for alpaca walking from the 12th April. Given the extended lockdowns, people have got fed up with being stuck at home. The Observer wanted to highlight alpaca walking as a means of reconnecting with nature in the great outdoors.
Here at Spring Farm Alpacas we have been offering alpaca walking for the last 6 years. Our walks are amongst wildflower meadows surrounded by wildlife. We are quite different as we offer walks entirely within the High Weald AONB. Our walks are within our farm’s 110 acre boundaries. I think it also helps that we are only a 45 minute train journey from central London (plus a short taxi ride).
Since we have reopened, we have seen a huge number of booking for alpaca walks – but still have some availability left – especially in mid week. We hope to see you soon (weather permitting)!