What's coming soon?

Here at Whitehouse Farm, we strive to make everyone's visit as fantastic as can possibly be, this requires constant improvement and investment to our site. 

Indoor Play

We are opening a brand new soft play. Our current soft play is due to about double in size! This will extend the visitor season by adding more all-weather play options.

Some new areas will include:

  • A toddler (1-3 yrs) and a baby area (under 12 months)
  • Roleplay area including a builders yard, a vets and a shop
  • An extensive junior area including a cannon area, climbing wall, multiple slides and lots more unique features.
  • A new baby and adult changing rooms
  • A disabled toilet

The new capacity of the Junior area is 210 children and the toddler area capacity is 22 children (current capacity is 55 children).

Due to the nature of these developments, the soft play will be closed to the public from now until further notice.

We were planning to add a quiet sensory room for those with additional needs in this building, however after surveys with visitors and consultations with SEN coordinators who visit the farm, we have decided it is best to create this room in a different area of the farm.



Disabled toilet and adult changing room

We are adding a new disabled toilet with an adult changing room in 2024 to our site. The picture below is the type of facilities you can expect.

Read more here: Changing Places Toilets (changing-places.org)



Holiday accommodation

We currently have a planning application in to add a huge new development to the farm. The Proposals involve the enhancement of existing facilities and the introduction of overnight holiday accommodation on to the site.

The elements contained within the Farm Centre regeneration application are specifically:
  • New visitor entrance & ticket office kiosk
  • Improvements to existing farm centre cafe facilities
  • Improvements to visitor enclosure
  • 48no. Holiday lodges with associated parking
  • Reception & support facility for holiday lodges
  • Conversion of derelict boiler house to Managers dwelling