Our aim at Wylds Farm has always been to create a Family Festive Experience which both adults and children enjoy and one that you’ll all remember for years to come. The Farm is a magical place and we endeavour, each year, to keep the true family feel and spirit of Christmas alive.
Our Postbox Trail is open for letters to Father Christmas. Follow the signs to wander through the woodland and up the small hill to find the red postbox. For a reply, see FC’s full postal address below.
Our Wylds Elves will have hopped off the shelves and be hiding for you to find from Dec 01. More details on our stripy legged friends shortly! ..
This year, we are unable to invite you to our annual Season Launch Night – new rules for special Yules – and hope instead that you’ll be able to join us next year and enjoy this event with us, and all the usual live music and jollity, on Friday November 19, 2021. A date for the diary. Click here to receive an email reminder.
Dogs on leads are welcome as always, with or without their woofy woolies.
Letters to Father Christmas
Do remember to bring along your letters to Father Christmas to post in the Wylds Postbox at the top of the short hill walk ( signposted ) and be sure to address these correctly for a reply as below ;
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Sophia, Nick & The Team
The Après Tree Bar
Open for takeaway hot drinks from Saturday Nov 28.
Coffees, teas & hot chocolates and bar snacks.
Alcohol is regrettably not on the menu this season, however, we wholeheartedly recommend Hip Hop & Christmas Cracker varieties from locally based Langham Brewery. You Wylds Things have been loving these Brewery ales over recent seasons.
Say hello to our pigs
Walk down the farm track and meet our two Kune Kune pigs, Welly & Sherbet, to exchange snorty festive greetings.
They can’t see so clearly, so do call for them with your gruntiest, oinky voices!
The Kune Kune is a small, domestic pig from New Zealand. Very friendly and docile.
They have ‘wattles’ that hang from their lower jaw.
No kissing allowed and that’s nothing to do with the pandemic. They have big teeth!
Walk to pick your tree
It’s a short walk to the plantation along our farm track.
All the trees are clearly signposted by type & size for you to pick from.
Ask a Wylds elf cutter for advice if you’re unsure which tree to select.
Check out our social media for video descriptions of tree types by Jo & Steve.
12 Days of Christmas Treasure Trail
Test your quiz skills with our ’12 Days of Christmas’ Treasure Trail ( with prize !) to take you on a gentle walk through the plantation.
Find our 12 little Wylds wooden elves, hidden around the site.
This is a fun, inclusive activity appropriate for all ages and abilities.
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Sophia has stocked the shelves with plenty of sparkle and cheer, some locally hand-crafted treasures and other gifts sustainably sourced from far away places
12 Days of Christmas' Treasure Trail
Test your quiz skills with our ’12 Days of Christmas’ Treasure Trail ( with prize !) to take you on a gentle walk through the plantation. Together with the Team from locally based youth charity The Kings Arms we’ve pulled together an activity for all ages and abilities and which encourages some much-needed cheer and daftness at this difficult time.
The Kings Arms have worked hard this year to pivot to online services and provide different activities in these unprecedented times, so that the young people they support within the community, aged 11-18, continue to receive services that enable them to thrive.
The Kings Arms have 2 youth centres in East Hampshire where young people can hang out and have fun, as well as professionally trained youth workers who provide support on a range of topics helping the young people to negotiate the challenges in their lives.
They also run the East Hants Young Carers programme, Special needs groups, provide mentoring on a 1:1 or group basis and After-School and evening programmes.
COVID has provided some challenges and some of their programmes have moved online to maintain safety, however what hasn’t changed is their passion and dedication in supporting young people to be the best they can be; developing good self-esteem, building emotional resilience and having positive friendships.
For more information visit www.thekingsarms.org.uk