More than 30 farm parks, rural attractions and industry suppliers from around the UK have made it through to the finals of the National Farm Attractions Network annual awards – including Cheshire’s Tatton Park.
The farm has a diverse education programme that supports all ages and abilities, delivered by a team of highly skilled staff with expert advice from the farm team – welcoming thousands of visitors annually.
Tatton also operates an informal programme open to the public, with around 25 speciality courses a year for all ages ranging from bee-keeping to learning how to keep cattle.
Richard Powell, NFAN Chairman said: “We are delighted to announce the finalists in the annual awards.
There have been more entries this year and the standard has been exceptionally high which is a tremendous reflection of the quality and range of farm-based attractions around the UK.”
Laura Armitage, Tatton’s learning and visitor services manager said: “We are absolutely thrilled to be shortlisted for ‘Best in Education’ in the National Farm Attractions Network awards.
This recognition is a real testament to the hard work, passion and enthusiasm of our team, who deliver a range of outstanding learning experiences for over 20,000 children and 1,000 adults each year.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank them for all their hard work and wish every success at the ceremony in January.”