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Christmas at the Farm

Broughgammon Farm, 50 Straid Road, Ballycastle, Antrim, BT54 6NP
A child dressed in a bear hat meeting Satna with a small red tractor in the background


Santa will be making a stop at his favourite environmentally-friendly farm on the Causeway Coast this Christmas! Swapping his sleigh for his little red vintage tractor and his reindeer for two friendly festive donkeys, he cant wait to meet you!

Along with meeting Santa, getting your pictures by the tractor and petting the donkeys and baby goats, there's also a trio of fabulous eco crafts for children: Make your own reindeer food to take home, create cute Christmas cards and craft some biodegradable Christmas decorations for your tree.

For those of you togged out in woolies and wellies, head out on a farm walk and see if you can find all the items on our Elf Scavenger hunt while enjoying the fresh air and our beautiful award-winning regenerative farm. See if you can also spot our sheep, chickens, beehives and cows!
Finish up with a trip to our charming farm cafe (as featured on BBC CountryFile) where there are many mouthwatering treats to purchase, from delicious Neary Nogs hot chocolates topped with marshmallows, to mince-pies, gingerbread men and the best brownies around (or lunch if you fancy!). All of the bakes and food at Broughgammon Farm are made with Irish ingredients and cooked on-site.

One booking slots cover one car and its occupants. Toilet facilities onsite (including changing facilities and disabled toilet). T Fresh produce is available to purchase in the farm shop.

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Opening Times

Season (10 Dec 2022)
Saturday12:00 - 17:00
Season (11 Dec 2022)
Sunday12:00 - 17:00
Season (17 Dec 2022)
Saturday12:00 - 17:00
Season (18 Dec 2022)
Sunday12:00 - 17:00

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Broughgammon Farm, BallycastleBroughgammon is an award winning, forward thinking family farm, artisan butchery, shop and cafe. Practicing Regenerative Farming, specialising in Cabrito (kid-goat meat), Free Range Rose Veal and Seasonal Wild Game and homegrown veg.

Saturday, 7th January 2023 - Saturday, 7th January 2023

Sunday, 29th January 2023 - Sunday, 29th January 2023

Man wearing an apron standing outside the butchery facility with a knife ready to workButchery Course at Broughgammon FarmBroughgammon Farm are all about field to fork farming and that includes being able to butcher their meats at our on-site butchery. During this afternoon course they'll share everything you need to know about butchering a lamb at home.
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