Hamish visited World Horse Welfare’s Hall Farm in April 2009. He enjoyed strolling around the paddocks, including the Petting Paddocks where a very recently born foal was with its mother. He has always had a fascination for horses and obviously enjoyed the scents. We were glad of a sit down with a cup of tea and bacon and sausage rolls from the café (Hamish liked the smell of these too!). The café is not dog friendly but there’s ample outdoor seating (some covered). It was rather chilly when we visited so we were pleased to be able to sit on cosy chairs in reception whilst we enjoyed lunch. The people were all cheerful and helpful. We thought this great way to spend a few hours and make a donation to this worthy animal welfare charity.
World Horse Welfare Hall Farm
Ada Cole Avenue
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World Horse Welfare's Recovery and Rehabilitation Centre in Eastern England.
Hall Farm is home to 120 horses and ponies. Attractions include paddock walks, visitor centre, horse walker, farm tours and café. Signposted from the A11 between Thetford and Norwich.
We are open all year on weekends and Bank Holidays, as well as Wednesdays during school holidays, from 10am to 4pm. Check with Farm for Christmas Day to early New Year.
Dogs on leads are welcome. Access to all areas, other than the Cafe.
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