Farm FAQ

Frequently asked questions about our petting farm event!

(but if your question isn’t answered below, please email office@wokingurc.org.uk)

  1. How much will it cost and where will the money go?

A ticket for unlimited entry to the farm and to attend one Exotic Animal Encounter show will cost £5 for adults and £2.50 for children. The Ferris wheel will be £3 adult, £2 child. All other rides will be £2 each or six goes for £10. 

The event is a partnership between Woking URC and the Children With Special Needs Foundation. All money taken will go straight back to the Foundation to support the amazing work they do in our community and beyond. 

2. How does the ticketing work?

On arrival you can go to the ticket desk to buy a combined ticket for the farm and one Exotic Animal Encounter show. The farm will be open the whole time but the Exotic Animal Encounter shows will be at various intervals the timings of which will be advertised. We will accept cash or cards. 

Tickets for the rides can be purchased separately outside beside the rides. 

3. What else will be on offer?

There will be refreshments and lunches, a free ‘Farm Treasure Hunt’ with a prize for the children, free kids temporary tattoos, indoor and outdoor seating to enjoy our food or your own picnic and more! 

4. What refreshments will be available? 

In the church welcome area we will be serving tea, coffee, sort drinks, cakes and snacks. In the main hall there will be burgers and hotdogs with a variety of delicious topping (plus veggie option) from 12pm-2pm each day. 

5. Can I park? 

There is no parking at the church but we are right next door to Heathside multistorey car park and a very short walk from the train station. There is some free parking on surrounding streets after 11.30am each day. 

6. What is the address of the church?

Woking United Reformed Church, White Rose Lane, Woking, GU22 7HA

7. What are the opening times?

We will be open from 10.30am-4.30pm Mon 30th May – Wed 1st June

8. Is the venue accessible? 

Yes, there is a ramp into the building suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs, as well as an internal ramp leading to the main hall inside (where lunches will be served).

9. What else happens at the church for children?

A baby and toddler group meets at 10am on Wednesday mornings during term time. 

There are groups for all ages during our weekly Sunday services, 10.30am.

We have our uniformed organisations, Boy’s & Girls’ Brigades, which meet on Monday evenings.

There are various activities for teenagers, including a youth summer camp, and a regular Sunday evening group. 

There will be a Holiday Fun Club this summer. Look out for more details. 

Please email youth@wokingurc.org.uk or children@wokingurc.org.uk for more information about any of the above. 

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