Our opening hours have now changed from 21st October 2019 to 10.30am to 3.30pm, 7 days, for the winter.
We are open as normal this weekend and our normal opening hours will recommence next week (Mon-Fri 10am-3.30pm; Sat & Sun 10am-4.30pm). Please note that the play area is currently closed until the work to it is completed, hopefully reopening by the middle of next week. Other areas may be temporarily affected. Once all the work is finished, we’re sure you’ll agree with us that it will be worth the wait 😁👌
Well we have some really exciting news! Through Hub West Scotland’s Helping Hands Project we are going to be getting some vital maintenance work done throughout next week, from re-concreting the yard, sorting drainage issues, repair work, improvements to the play area and lots, lots more! This will all make a massive difference to us coming into the winter 😀
This unfortunately does mean that the Farm will be closed from Monday to Friday next week (16-20/9/19). At present the plans are to be reopened by the weekend, but this may change. All updates will be posted on our Facebook page, along with some pictures to let everyone see the progress!
We are really sorry if this causes an inconvenience to anyone, but think how good the Farm will look once the work is complete!
Thanks everyone 😀
Please note that we have introduced additional requirements for vaccinations for boarding rabbits with us. With immediate effect, ALL rabbits must have had their Myxomatosis and RHD1 combined vaccination AND ALSO their RHD2 vaccination before we can accept them.
The Mmyxomatosis and RHD1 combined vaccination will require to have been administered at least FOUR weeks in advance of any rabbit boarding with us. The RHD2 vaccination must be administered TWO weeks later. Since there is a two week period before the RHD2 vaccination becomes effective, this must be administered a minimum of TWO weeks prior to any rabbit boarding with us.
We have had to introduce this more stringent vaccination requirement due to the increased prevalence of RHD1 and RHD2 in Scotland. Proof of all vaccinations must be provided when dropping off your rabbit, otherwise we cannot accept it for boarding
Lamont Farm Project has now enrolled with AmazonSmile. If you make eligible Amazon purchases for yourself through the AmazonSmile link and select us as your charity we will receive a small donation from them each time you make an eligible purchase. You use the same account on amazon.co.uk as you do on AmazonSmile (smile.amazon.co.uk). The only difference is you must use the link to the AmazonSmile webpage. Your Amazon shopping cart, Wish List and all other account settings remain unchanged.
On your first visit to smile.amazon.co.uk you need to select a charitable organisation to receive donations from eligible purchases before you begin shopping. Simply search for Lamont Farm Project, select us as your charity and Amazon will remember your selection. Thereafter, every eligible purchase you make at smile.amazon.co.uk will result in a small donation to us.
The amount for each order might only be pennies, but this can soon add up if enough people use it. We are grateful for all donations, no matter how small, so if you already shop at Amazon this is a great way for you to help us out without any effort at all.
You can read more about the AmazonSmile programme here – https://smile.amazon.co.uk/gp/chpf/pd/ref=smi_se_saas_lpd_spd
Thank you from all the humans and animals for your continued support.
Just to let you know we are currently fully booked for small animal boarding until the end of July 2018; August is also getting booked up really fast, so if you are going on holiday and need your small furries looked after, please book with us as soon as you can.