Date: 10th June 2018
Time of event: 10am – 3pm
We have an alpaca herd and plenty of chickens and sheep that the public have the opportunity to meet.
We will offer trailer rides throughout the day to learn about what goes into the daily running of a farm and look in our pig fattening units.
Guided and unguided nature walks will be ran throughout the day to experience the natural environment. We will have activities on throughout the day for children, competitions to get involved in and plenty of food and drink to tuck in to.
About This Farm
Hall Farm is a 580 acre farm that holds 2,000 pigs as well as a number of Alpacas and Chickens. We also have a variety of crops such as cereals, Sugar Beet and Potatoes.
Hall Farm , Yorkshireside, , Eastfoft, , Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, DN17 4PG, United Kingdom
Event cost: Free
Highlights: Cereal crops (eg. barley, wheat); Oilseed crops; Sheep; Pigs; Poultry; Other livestock; Potatoes; Vegetables; Energy crops; Salads; Fruit; Flowers and plants; Environmental stewardship
Other livestock: We have a small alpaca herd as well as chickens.
For more information please contact:
We are hosting a Farmland Bird ID day on
Friday 2nd February 10:15-2:30
includes presentation / education from RSPB officer on farmland birds etc,
light lunch, farm walk and links with Farmland Bird Count and is sponsored by GWCT
(www.gwct.org.uk) which is where people need to book.
This is a very informal meet and mingle event and It’s your chance to put a face to names and get to know what is available to you as a resident .
There are lots of community and social groups that meet within the village of Eastoft.
There are so many ways to get involved within Eastoft, you are sure to find something that works for you.
Saturday 27th January 2018
2pm till 3pm
Eastoft Village Hall
A representative will be available to answer any questions .
Groups attending so far.
Eastoft Parish Council – Web Page
Eastoft Gardening Club – Web Page
Eastoft Church of England Primary School – Web Page
Eastoft Community Welfare Association – Web Page
The River Don Tavern – Web Page
The Church and Marshlands Benefice – Web Page
Eastoft Broadband Extension Group – Web Page
Hall Farm Eastoft – Web Page
Anybody is welcome to promote their cause within the village , just turn up !
Look forward to seeing you.
Church and Chapel Contacts
Priest in charge: Revd Justine Smith 01405 704626 email@example.com
Please contact Justine for baptism, wedding and funeral enquiries.
Adlingfleet: Dave Hanney 07932 868047
Eastoft: Trevor Barker 01724 710616; Ian Bishop 01724 798756
Swinefleet: Revd Justine Smith 01405 704626 firstname.lastname@example.org
Whitgift: Jill Rudd 01405 704325; Miriam Drayton 01405 704240
Methodist Church: Revd Peter Barnett 01405 896701 email@example.com
The Marshland Benefice
All Saints ADLINGFLEET; St Bartholomew EASTOFT
St Margaret SWINEFLEET; St Mary Magdalene WHITGIFT
Part of the King’s Causeway Mission Partnership in the Snaith and Hatfield Deanery
Diocese of Sheffield
Apple Day is on Sunday 22nd October, and will have a whole load of exciting games, prizes, activities and competitions!
This Sunday October, Hall Farm will be hosting The Great Apple Bake Off as part of our Apple Day celebrations!
We’re calling on you lot to show us your most tantalisingly tasty apple bakes to put before our judges!
Your bake can be anything from a classic apple pie to a pork and Cider pasty.
The only rules are: It has to be baked, it has to contain apples, and of course, it has to be delicious!
Get creative with it or keep it simple- it’s totally up to you!
We’ll have a junior bake off and an adult one, so don’t be put off! Any age or ability can enter!
Entry is just £1 per person, which includes access to our orchard as many times as you like to collect fresh apples FREE of charge! You can practice as much as you can eat!
The winner will receive a prize selection, a trophy, and the glory of being the best apple baker around!
The event is free entry for all, but any donations made will be put straight in to the funds to improve our Care Farm facilities for kids, the elderly, and those with mental health issues, and Special mental and physical needs.
We’ll be accepting entries right up to the big day, so get in touch to let us know you’ll be entering!
See our Facebook event for more details: https://www.facebook.com/events/1734621373511335/
Contact Caitlin@hallmarkfarming.co.uk or call on 07715215718
Non members are always given a warm welcome
£3 entry including refreshments
Visit our website for lots more news & information
We look forward to seeing you
Future dates & speakers
Wed 11th Oct — Clifford Cain on Apple trees — fruitscape
Wed 8th Nov — Liz Webster on Pests & Diseases