Here at Spring Farm Alpacas we have to think of the safety of you, our guests, and our staff. We have to cancel all our walks whilst under National Lockdown. We realise this will be very upsetting for anyone who has booked a walk over that period. However, we have to think about safety first and adhere to the Government guidelines.

We will be constantly monitoring the situation with regards to future walks. Since the last lockdown we have been very serious about your safety when you visit us and have in place stringent COVID protocols. When we are able to reopen you can be sure that we will continue to do everything to ensure that visiting Spring Farm is as safe as it can possibly be.

If you have booked a walk in the period up to the end of February, we have sent you an email with an eVoucher so you can rebook when “things get back to normal” subject to availability. Please be aware that we don’t date our vouchers. So as long as we are here – they are valid.

You may be concerned about the welfare of our walking alpacas but you can rest assured that we will continue to look after them all with our usual care and attention. We aim to use this time (without being able to offer walks) to good end. We will finish the halter training of the 2019 born crias (baby alpacas) so the walking team may well see new entrants! We had 21 new babies during 2020 so will spend a lot of time looking after the babies (and their mums). You can follow us and what we are up to on our Instagram page: springfarmalpacas

These are difficult times for us all but you can rest assured your health is paramount to us. We will keep the diary open for future bookings after the end of March 2021. To be frank, we have no idea as to when we will be able to reopen, but think that’s a reasonable guess at present. If restrictions continue to be applied to us from the end of February, we will continue on the same basis and issue undated credit vouchers. We will update our websites and social media pages as soon as we get the green light to open again. 

Once again, we are very sorry to have to do this as we know that alpaca walking is great fun but we have to think of your welfare first and foremost. 

Stay safe and well, and hope to see you soon!

Vicki and Chris Agar, Spring Farm Alpacas and Alpaca Walking.