We were gifted tickets in exchange for coverage. We absolutely love getting out in Herts & Essex for days out. In recent months we’ve been to World of Dinosaurs and even as far South-West as Peppa Pig World! Sometimes you just want to be near to home for a day out and this is why Willow’s Farm was the day out of choice recently for Thomas & Daisy.
AD. As parents to a two-year-old, we love nothing more than a good trip to a farm or zoo. Anywhere that we can entertain our little one, preferably for a few hours at least, with hot coffee nearby, is good with us! If we are able to teach Daisy new things about animals, caring for them and where some of our food and drink comes from then even better! Thomas and Daisy were invited along to Lee Valley Park Farms to enjoy their conservation week, during February half-term, and to celebrate the farm re-opening for 2019.
We were gifted our tickets in exchange for coverage. Recently I was fortunate to be able to enjoy a nice day off with my husband Tom and daughter Daisy. We decided that we would take Daisy to the zoo, for the first time! As we live just 15 minutes drive from the Paradise Wildlife Park it seemed only right that we would go there. We have been lots of time before in the past and never had a bad day out there. As this was going to be Daisy’s first zoo experience we wanted it to be a good one. Today I am sharing our Paradise Wildlife Park review with you and I hope it makes you want to go.