Unfortunately, due to Covid-19 restrictions, we have taken the difficult decision to close the farm temporarily until further notice.
However, we are very pleased and excited to announce that we now have a provisional date for reopening to the Public on Tuesday 27th April 2021!
We will do an updated post on our Facebook page nearer the time. Please continue to check there and on the news page on this website for updates.
***Covid-19 restrictions are currently in place for visitors to the Farm and these can be found in the “Visit Us” tab here. ***
Lamont Farm Project is a registered Scottish Charity, No. SC013875.
Lamont Farm Project is a vibrant community and animal welfare project located in Erskine, Renfrewshire. At Lamont Farm, you can meet a wide variety of animals, including ducks, small furries, horses, llamas, pigs, sheep and goats. We also have a reptile room with some special reptiles for you to come and meet! We try our best to rescue and rehome as many animals as we can. If we cannot find a suitable forever home for our furry friends they will continue to live with us therefore there’s always new furries for you to meet. This means we have an ever growing family of new and different animals. We actively promote animal welfare and advise and educate people, where we can, in animal care and husbandry.
We are open 6 days per week. Regardless of the time of year, we recommend arriving no later than 30 minutes before closing time:
Tuesday to Sunday: 11am to 3pm
Please note that handling is not available on Fridays. We will only be offering handling on the days that we are open, from 11am to 1pm and 1.30pm to 2.45pm.
PLEASE ALWAYS CHECK OUR FACEBOOK PAGE ON THE DAY OF YOUR PLANNED VISIT FOR OUR OPENING HOURS. WE MAY OCCASIONALLY NEED TO CLOSE THE FARM OR CHANGE OUR HOURS AT SHORT NOTICE, DUE TO THE WEATHER FORECAST OR FOR OTHER UNAVOIDABLE REASONS. THANK YOU.
Our work is dependent on the generosity of good people like you. To enable our vital work to continue, please consider a donation to help support Lamont Farm. To find out how you can support us click HERE.