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ideas for toddlers in Cotswolds?

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MummyToOneForNow Mon 21-Jul-08 09:21:42

We're going to be staying in the Cotswolds (not far from Chipping Norton) for a week with our 19 mth old (and hopefully meeting up with some friends from Oxford with similar aged children) - can anyone recommend good activities for very young ones? In particular places with playgrounds suitable for toddlers, open farms - that type of thing...

MrsJamin Mon 21-Jul-08 09:23:48

cotswold farm park or cotswold wildlife park are very good starters- the wildlife park has a little train running through it which is fab.

MummyToOneForNow Tue 22-Jul-08 07:34:23

THanks for the idea - I think we'll save the wildlife park for when dd is a bit older as it looks pricey but I think she would enjoy the farm park.

Any other suggestions welcome!

pickie Tue 22-Jul-08 07:58:09

might be a bit far but in Stanton St John is the Rectory farm which is a PYO and they also have 2 bouncy castls, sandpit, and climbing frames plus a free tractor ride in the weekends

MummyToOneForNow Sun 10-Aug-08 20:24:03

Just to report back - the Cotswold Farm Park was superb and felt like good value - we were there for nearly 5 hours including lunch and a cup of tea. dd loved the animals, the tractor ride (included in price) and the playground bits and big covered sandpit. We were lucky enough to have a little childrens playground in the village we were staying in which we went to every afternoon before tea so didn't feel too bad about dragging her round various National Trust places...

cmotdibbler Sun 10-Aug-08 21:57:15

We went there last weekend, and I was thinking that it would be a fab place to camp with toddlers too - the camp site looked quite big.

Thought the food was particularly good too.

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