A PLETHORA of activities are taking place at BBC presenter Adam Henson’s farm over the summer holidays.

Here are seven activities and attractions that all the family can get involved with at the Cotswold Farm Park - situated in Guiting Power, Cheltenham - this summer.

1.    Immerse Yourself in the Splendour of the Flower Festival at Cotswold Farm Park 
Prepare to be amazed by the summer’s headline activity as the Farm Park’s fields once again transform into a kaleidoscope of colours. Walk amongst a carpet of blooming wildflowers from July and bask in the beauty of a sea of sunflowers from the early August as you capture beautiful photos of the surroundings. 

Tickets to the Flower Festival at Cotswold Farm Park include unlimited access to the Flower Festival and Maize Maze, an ice cream or slushy from the on-site Quench outlet, Clay Pendant Making in the Larkswold Craft Tent, a packet of wildflower seeds or bunch of sunflowers (subject to availability) and vouchers for 10% off the Ox Shed restaurant and Farm Park shop.

Separate tickets can be purchased to access the Flower Fields only and you can purchase your PYO sunflowers and picked bunches additionally.

Flower Festival at Cotswold Farm Park takes place from July 21– August 31. 

2.    Get Lost in the Maize Maze 
 Lose yourself in the maize maze, a labyrinth of twists and turns which provides an exciting challenge for all ages. Answer questions correctly to make your way to the middle of the maze where you will be rewarded by off-road go-karts waiting for you to climb aboard and explore!

3.    Get crafty with Larkswold
There are a bunch of crafting activities to get stuck into at the Farm Park this summer – from open weaving walls, allowing visitors to weave in wool and their finds from the flower fields, to flower clay pendant and coaster craft sessions which are included in the Flower Festival ticket or can be purchased additionally by all other visitors to the Farm Park. 

4.    Experience the Joy of Bottle Feeding Lambs and Goat Kids
There’s something truly special about bottle-feeding adorable lambs and goat kids, something that visitors can do at Cotswold Farm Park until October 1. Create a bond with the farm’s lovable animals as you get hands on in the Animal Barn and nourish them. This much-loved activity takes place twice daily at 11.30am and 3.30pm.

5.    Indulge in the new Summer Menu at The Ox Shed
Prepare to tantalize your taste buds with the brand-new summer menu at the Cotswold Farm Park’s on-site restaurant and bar, The Ox Shed. Popular items on the menu include a fish finger ciabatta, chicken caesar burger, a selection of delicious small plates such as caprese Salad, seasoned halloumi fries and a charcuterie plate, as well as fluffy breakfast pancakes and a bubble and squeak brunch.

View the full menu here.

6.    End your day with Live Music and Themed Evening Dinners
Enjoy the ambience as local musicians serenade you over dinner every Wednesday and Saturday from 6pm. These melodious evenings are complimented by themed meals, including fish and chips, pizza, curry and grill. 

7.    Extend Your Visit with a Memorable Stay at Strawberry’s Field Glamping
Stay at Strawberry’s Field Glamping, and find yourselves nestled amongst the picturesque Cotswold surroundings. These charming ‘festival-themed’ luxury bell tents sleep up to five people and create a cosy retreat where you can relax and unwind after a busy day.

The glamping experience includes two meals per person per night, unlimited tea, coffee and soft drinks, access to the Chillout tent, outdoor games, as well as unlimited Farm Park entry. 

Find out more here.

All of these seasonal activities can be enjoyed in addition to the Farm Park’s usual line up of fun, including the chance to see over 50 breeds of rare and native farm animals, indoor and outdoor play areas, wildlife walks, and the opportunity to feed goats, sheep and cattle throughout your visit.

Pre-book your Cotswold Farm Park summer adventure now at   https://cotswoldfarmpark.co.uk