Guest book

Have you visited Lamont Farm? Did you enjoy your day? Tell us all about your visit by signing our guest book below…

Girl patting pony behind gate


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  • 1. Jenny  |  11/05/2016 at 7:25 pm

    Hi, it’s ok, I have already adopted two little babies from you 2.5 weeks ago 😊 They have settled in beautifully and are very much loved! Thank you so much xxx

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  • 2. Jenny  |  09/04/2016 at 3:55 pm

    Was there for a visits at with my Mum and three kids!! What a brilliant little project! All the staff so friendly and very informative! Highlight of the day for myself and the kids was the beautiful baby bunnies in the barn!!

    One of the staff was explaining how the bunnies will be adopted out to loving homes. I would be very much interested in finding out how the adoption process works please if someone could get back to me about this?

    Keep up the great work!!

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    • 3. trishcfc  |  11/05/2016 at 1:36 pm

      Hi Jenny, apologies for not noticing your post. We are short handed so your query slipped through the net. If you are interested in rehoming one of our rabbits can you please send a PM to our Facebook Page (Lamont Farm Project) and someone will get back to you on that. Many thanks – Kate Admin

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  • 4. Sandy and Lenny  |  08/08/2015 at 11:37 pm

    My 1 1/2 year old son and I enjoyed a brilliant afternoon at the farm today. We were especially lucky to have been given a guided tour and were introduced to the animals by Isla and Sam who volunteer on a Saturday. This was our first time to the farm but we can’t wait to bring mum next time. This is a beautiful concept which is clearly working to the benefit of the animals, volunteers and visitors alike. Thanks, Sandy and Lenny.

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  • 5. Iain  |  13/05/2015 at 8:39 pm

    Just spent the day helping out at the farm. A great place to visit, great staff and the visitors were all having a great time getting up close with the animals. A brilliant day, can’t wait to go back and would recommend getting in touch to volunteer so you can enjoy fresh air, exercise and some brilliant people and animals.

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  • 6. Kathleen McAndrew  |  08/04/2015 at 9:17 am

    Visited the farm with my nieces yesterday for the arts and crafts workshop. A big thank you to Anna looked after them, kept them busy and showed them around the farm. The girls enjoyed their day and thought Anna was lovely.

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  • 7. Paul Ferguson  |  27/09/2014 at 6:19 pm

    We visited the farm today and will be back
    Keep up the goodwork

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  • 8. dani  |  14/09/2014 at 6:30 pm

    I just wanted to say a massive thank you. I went to the farm today and it was just amazing and my son loved it (so did I). I also would like to say all the children/young adults who we spoke to there were amazing! thanks again and we will be back. Just a bit of feedback – it was not very clear where the donation box was, we had to ask. thanks again

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  • 9. maria quigley  |  20/08/2014 at 6:38 pm

    i really enjoy animals im good at horse riding and caring for all animals i would be very interested in volunteering at the weekend how can i apply

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    • 10. topc4t  |  05/10/2014 at 4:08 pm

      Hi Maria,

      If you contact the farm direct and ask to speak to Anna, she will be able to help you. The phone number is 0141 812 5335.

      Kind regards

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  • 11. Lynda McGlynn  |  07/08/2014 at 10:10 pm

    Went here today through an organisation called PAMIS who relates to people with special needs . I must say my daughter absolutely loved it and to interact with the animals was just amazing . I just want to thank all of the staff as they do a great job in looking after the animals and to all who visit the farm,Thank you so much I will definately be visiting again in the very near future .thanks again for a most enjoyable experience . Keep up the good work xx 🙂

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  • 12. Mark Davis  |  07/04/2014 at 10:46 am

    Very disappointed.

    Spent nearly 2 hours on public transport with our 19 month old to get to the farm and told it’s closed despite no mention on the website and a declaration on the news section about it being open again.

    Not happy in the slightest.

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    • 13. topc4t  |  13/04/2014 at 8:47 pm

      Mark, we are really very sorry for your wasted journey. Unfortunately, we have been experiencing problems with our website and have only just been able to access it again.
      Please come back and visit us once we are open again. If you phone and let us know when you are coming we will arrange a guided tour for you and your family, and some free refreshments.
      Once again, our sincere apologies.

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  • 14. cheryl ann brown  |  08/02/2013 at 2:58 am

    I love visiting the farm when i can its amazing being able to come see all the animals pet them and fed them. I realy like the staff who are friendly to me and answer my questions You guys do a fab job animals are always well looked after. The Farm has turely helped me in so many ways as i have BPD and when i am upset i can visit the farm when its opend and as soon as i see the animals i am so much better and happyer. I always recomend this farm to everyone i know thankyou to all staff who make this posable for the animals and puplic

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  • 15. Aileen Naismith  |  31/08/2012 at 6:11 pm

    Last year I had the very great privilege of being allowed to adopt the beautiful, loving and smart wee Katy rabbit. She lives with me and my partner in our flat, is fully litter trained and even has her own room, though she spends most of her time lounging around with us! She is our pride and joy. Thanks to all at Lamont Farm and especially to Alice who made it possible for us to share our lives with this precious bunny.

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  • 16. Stuart Neil  |  25/08/2012 at 11:25 am

    Lifted my heart to see the wee farm still going! I still remember spending my summers volunteering as a child at the farm back in 92-96 with Charlie and Alice and the crew, sad to hear of Charlie’s passing, I will have to visit again with my own 4 daughters now. Thanks for the memories, Stu

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  • 17. Debbie Anderson  |  09/08/2012 at 8:23 pm

    Went a walk to the farm today with my family and my friends family. What a great day out for all ages. Im a big kid and love animals so held a ferret, snake, guniea pig, mouse. Had a ball. The staff were helpfull and i didnt get his name but the tall guy was brilliant. Letting us hold the animals and giving us information. Would love to get involved in this place. Debbie

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  • 18. Eve Mouatg  |  23/07/2012 at 1:56 pm

    Amazing farm, the animals are all very well looked after, very clean, to be enjoyed even on a wet day. The staff are very friendly and helpful.

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  • 19. The Shovelin Family, Drumchapel  |  01/07/2012 at 7:48 pm

    Another lovely visit. Thanks for the warm welcome.

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  • 20. Jo Myall  |  04/05/2012 at 2:27 pm

    I visited this morning with my son & daughter and had a lovely time. What a fantastic farm. Thank you so much.

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  • 21. A long time Erskine resident  |  18/04/2012 at 12:50 pm

    Totally love lamont farm. I’ve lived in Erskine all my life now and remember when i used to go to the farm as a wee boy. Now that wee boy has grown up and i’m now the proud owner of my beautiful wee girl. Me and my wee girl go to the farm on a regular basis and love it. Thanks to everyone who helps keep the farm going. It’s a great part of our community.

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  • 22. caitlin mckay  |  22/11/2011 at 6:52 pm

    Cat said wow the baby goats are adorable can i have one hahahaha

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  • 23. leesa  |  22/11/2011 at 6:50 pm

    Cat,Kim,Haz and Ad had a great time at the farm when they visited just recently, what good work goes on here, the animals are amazing and the staff and volunteers aredoing a great job with them.
    Well done to all of you guys, keep up the good work.

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  • 24. sally ann higgins  |  15/11/2011 at 11:12 pm

    Loved working at lamont farm it holds fond memories for me of charlie and alice and everybody else that was there , it was like having an extended family , I enjoyed learning animal husbandry and everyday was a new experience for me charlie and alice taught me so much , and I use it to this very day … Thank you lamont farm . R.I.p charlie x x x

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  • 25. katie  |  12/10/2011 at 2:48 pm

    When I was younger, I used to spend all my time at the farm. I love animals and I loved to spend time with all of the animals at the farm. Alice and Charlie were always really helpful and kind. They were always smiling and laughing. Now when I visit the farm there is the same happy atmosphere. The children all love it and the staff are great. I am so happy to hear that there are more and more volunteers.
    Keep up the good work everyone.
    WIll be in to see you all very soon.
    Katie x

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  • 26. Alison  |  06/08/2011 at 9:55 pm

    Had an excellent time,lots of animals for the kids to see. Will be back again with more kids. Great place for a childminder to go.
    Staff very friendly and work hard to keep place going so didnt mind giving a good donation.
    Keep up the good work

    Alison & friends from Kilmarnock

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  • 27. Margaret Shovelin  |  03/08/2011 at 5:17 pm

    Fantastic day. Animals so cute, and staff very friendly. First visit today for us, but we will come back.

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  • 28. Tallulah Rogerson  |  09/07/2011 at 9:57 am

    I love this farm park and i love all the staff and the animals but my favorite animal was the horses and i will be back again to see ya all and the cute little horses xxxx

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  • 29. Neil Cumming  |  03/07/2011 at 5:50 pm

    Not only did I and my sisters spend happy hours as children at Lamont Farm, but I had the privilege also of being next-door neighbour to Charlie, Jean & the rest of the Doran family for nearly thirty years. He was an inspirational man, and a great gentleman to boot.

    Long may Lamont Farm continue! I’m looking forward to taking my baby son there when he’s a wee bit older!

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  • 31. Sophie Noble  |  05/05/2011 at 10:04 pm

    I volunteered at Lamont farm for a year and had a wonderful experience. The commitment to provide a happy and calm home for all the animals is admiral! Alice and the great Charlie taught me animal care that has helped me throughout, and always will, my veterinary nursing future. A big thank you to Alice for all the time and effort she puts into her volunteers!

    Sophie xxx

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  • 32. kirsty andrew  |  01/05/2011 at 10:56 pm

    hi we all loved it today watching tulip giving birth to her 2 new babys,my 3year old luke loves it he ecpecially took a shine to the new wee kittens there so cute,the staff are really nice we.ll be back soon.

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  • 33. Beth White  |  07/04/2011 at 5:03 pm

    I used to volunteer here when I was younger! The farm is amazing!:) and the staff are unbelievable! I found it an amazing experience, and enjoyed my time there great! It gave me so much confident working with the other children and I learnt so much. Thank you so much:) xx

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  • 34. linda  |  21/03/2011 at 9:23 pm

    Hi there i visited the farm a few weeks ago and was very impressed by it i have never seen anything like it before it was the first time taking the grand kids to a place like this and they didn’t want to leave. Plenty of different animals to see and hold the staff where very welcoming from the minute we arrived young girl and boy where cleaning pigs when we arrived and stopped what they where doing to welcome us and bring out a snake and dragon which the kids loved!! they then took us in and let us cuddle a baby bunny so cute. the young girl was very nice and took us up to the fields to meet the llamas and horses. wonderful place and will be back soon. thanks lamont farm.

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  • 35. noreen  |  21/03/2011 at 8:05 pm

    Lamont Farm is a fantastic place to visit for children and adults alike the variety of animals is brilliant. The kids loved holding the baby bunny, meeting the llamas then walking up the road to meet the ponies, sheep and donkies and most of all meeting amber the huge pig and spiderpig they are both very vocal. The staff were very helpful and polite and i would recommend visiting the farm to anyone its a fantastic day out. Once thanks to the staff for making our first visit to the farm a very enjoyable one will visiting again soon.

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  • 36. Robert  |  18/03/2011 at 6:30 pm

    Had the best time ever at the farm, took my children and they absolutly loved it.
    The children espesially loved bubbles the donkey and kiwi the pony (hard to belive that she is a pony) will deffinately be back to the farm to see all the lovely animals and staff again.

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  • 37. Lynn  |  07/03/2011 at 2:12 pm

    Had a lovely time at the farm. Took my grand-daughter who loved it. Great to see all the animals, even got to hold a baby bunny. Took our lunch with us and was able to eat it in the tea-room. All staff are very nice and helpful. We will definitely be back.

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  • 38. Anna  |  19/01/2011 at 8:28 pm

    I love the lamas! how much are you selling them for? im being serious they are so cute!!! ❤ xxx

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  • 39. patrick  |  25/10/2010 at 5:07 pm

    helloo i am patrick part of the st brides crew i loved the chinchillas and the horses wer fuuun n nn and i liked the big guy he has call of duty blackops and he was in with the goats wen the woman woz in with amber ,she was dead big (amber) thank u

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  • 40. Mrs Murnin  |  22/10/2010 at 8:13 am

    St Bride`s primary had a magnificent day. We enjoyed riding on the horse and seeing the lamas. Brandon is missing the chinchillas. We also enjoyed holding the bearded dragon and touching the corn snake.Overall we had a fantastic experience, thank you for your time and advice. x

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  • 41. senga  |  21/10/2010 at 10:37 pm

    great time at lamont farm small furrys to hold, and reptiles to. just ask staff if you wont to hold the animals had a pony ride children loved it and me to alice and staff were just great. will be back

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