Easter Anguston Farm – Day 3 of #30dayswild


Day 3 of #30dayswild – a visit to Easter Anguston Farm in Peterculter, Aberdeen.

Easter Anguston Farm is an operational farm which serves as a training facility for adults with learning difficulties and other additional support needs. It has many different areas including farm animals, a fairy wood, plant sale, cafe, tractor play area and other kids play areas.

This is the second time we have been to Easter Anguston Farm, but by far the warmer time (last time was in February!)

The Sheep Says Baa

Robin is loving his animals at the moment, especially farm animals.

“Robin what noise does the sheep make?”


“Robin what noise does the cow make?”


This is providing us with hours of fun, our baby’s first words!

He seemed a little overwhelmed by all the animals though at the visit. We saw donkeys, pigs, sheep, lambs, goats, pigs, a peacock, ducks and chickens.

His favourite was the little lambs. “Baa” he said to them.

Is it time to harvest ?

One of the play areas featured little pathways where children could jump on little trackers and ride around, Robin spent about 20 seconds on this tractor. He became more concerned about gathering his crops to ride anymore! After a quick milk stop and dada cuddle it was time to go find the fairy wood.

Enter the Fairy Wood

Robin loves nothing more than running around pulling at things, not exactly what you want in the fairy wood! I think he enjoyed meeting Mr Robin and playing with the little windmills the most. Or perhaps it was trying to eat the pine cone? Who knows!

The fairy wood is so cute and the detail that has gone into it is quite impressive. Not just fairy houses but a garden centre, art gallery, cafe and bank. These fairies really do have everything they need! A lovely interaction for children.

Camilla -Erika and Robin Oleander X

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Sakthi says:

    Lovely to have your 30 Days Wild posts again! That Fairy wood is just brilliant! And how big is Robin O!? 😊

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  2. Sakthi says:

    Also, other ideas – some of my old and new favourites are Bennachie and their fab visitor centre with bird station, Formartines (near Methlick), which has excellent food and a lovely wood to walk in, and Cruickshank gardens at Aberdeen Uni – the main border is coming into bloom now.

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    1. Great ideas not been to Bennachie in a long time and never been to Fortmartines. 👍


  3. Gillian says:

    Great to read your experiences and love the colourful photos. Will need to visit this farm sometime. Looking forward to your other posts

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