Berrow Beef & Lamb opened their farm gates to visitors on ‘Open Farm Sunday’ when visitors got a chance to see the fascinating world of farming up close.

As well as being a fun and informative day out for all the family, the event gave visitors an opportunity to see at first-hand all that farmers do and the impact their work has on all our lives.

Hundreds of people headed to Berrow Beef & Lamb – based at Faircott Farm in Brent Road – for the free day.

The farm’s Sarah Welland told “We had a fantastic turnout for our first Open Farm Sunday here at Berrow Beef and Lamb.”

“We’ve had loads of really positive feedback that visitors found this event both fun and informative.”

She added: “We’re thrilled that so many people wanted to come and see what goes on behind the scenes on a working farm – we’re really proud of what we do here and it’s great to get the opportunity to share that with so many people of all generations.”

“We’re already thinking about building on if for next year, including having lots more of our burgers and sausages available as the BBQ sold out!”

During the day visitors could see cows, sheep, lambs and poultry up close. There were also be guided tours of the farm and leading informative nature walks in the fresh air, with tractor and trailer rides.

For the lovers of tractors and farm machinery, there were also static machines to admire and have a selfie with, plus demonstrations including hay baling and bale wrapping.

There were also demonstrations of how sheep shearing is done, giving visitors insight into how the animals are cared for.

The event was promoted nationwide as ‘LEAF Open Farm Sunday’ managed by Linking Environment And Farming. It has become one of the farming industry’s biggest success stories – since the first Open Farm Sunday in 2006, over 1500 farmers across the UK have opened their gates and welcomed 1.8 million people onto their farm for one Sunday each year.