Please note a change to our opening hours. With immediate effect, until 31st March 2022, we will be opening to the Public at the slightly later time of 11am. Our current closing time of 3.30pm remains unchanged. This change applies 7 days.
We are now operating our Winter opening hours. From 1st November 2021 to 31st March 2022 we will be open to the Public from 10.30am to 3.30pm, 7 days.
The farm will be closed tomorrow (Wed 13th Oct) to allow for some volunteer training. The play area will also be closed until we can have a new gate fitted. We’re sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
Sorry the Farm must remain closed today 22/9/21, as Vet is attending the animals again.
We regret to advise that the Farm will remain closed to the Public today (20/9/21) also to allow essential duties to take place.
We have had to take the decision to close the Farm for today only. We are waiting on the Vet coming to attend to our animals and cannot have members of the Public present during this time. We’re apologise to those who were intending coming to visit us today.
Since Renfrewshire moved to Coronavirus (COVID-19) protection level 2 earlier this week, we are pleased to advise that we can now allow up to 8 people from 8 households to visit the Farm outdoors as one group. Please note that the total number of visitors within the Farm’s environs are still capacity restricted. Under 12s do not count towards the total number of people or households meeting outside, but do count towards household numbers indoors. As a reminder, 6 people from 3 households can meet in an indoor public place. You can keep up to date on the latest COVID-19 guidance here.
We are pleased to advise that we are now open on Fridays. Our opening hours are now 10.30am to 4pm, 7 days, so please feel free to pop down tomorrow or any other day for a visit. The animals would love to see lots of smiling faces.
When you visit we ask you to please consider donating either by card (we have a reader) or in the cash donations bucket on the gate. If you could even consider making a small donation of £1.50/ adult and £1/ child (roughly £5 for a family of 4) then it would make such a huge difference to us. We fought long and hard throughout lockdown to keep our head above water, to be able to reopen earlier this month. We have succeeded, but it has been really tough. We had just enough funds to see us through to March. However, it was May before we were finally able to reopen again and by some miracle we got there. This has left us with a huge dent in what little reserves we had in the bank.
Due to COVID-19 rules we are not allowed to hold any Gala days or other fund raising events, such as supermarket bag-packs. Money raised from these events has always been what helped us get through the winter months and without visitors’ financial support we will struggle to survive another winter.
Your help will allow you and your families to continue to enjoy the unique experience that our wee charity has to offer. We know times are tough for everyone, but please donate whatever you can, thank you so much.
We have set up a check-in QR code for Farm Visitors to use via the Scottish NHS Check In Scotland app. Please scan the code both when entering and leaving the Farm. This replaces our contact and trace book, and is safer and more practical to use. Links to download the free apps are provided below. Thank you all very much for your continued support.
Lamont Farm Project is delighted to be reopening to the Public on Saturday 1st May 2021. Our Summer opening hours will be 10am-4pm, Saturday to Thursday only (closed Fridays). All the animals and humans at the Farm are looking forward to welcoming you back to visit us. It’s been awfully quiet without you.
We will put 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.