A new family farm park is set to return to Buckinghamshire after closing down over twenty years.

Located in Lacey Green, The Widmer Farm will open tomorrow (September 27) and is home to a variety of animals.

Set in the heart of the Chiltern Hills, the farm attraction has animals such as llamas, alpacas, sheep, goats, donkeys and horses.

The family running the farm walk has owned the site for over thirty years after buying it in 1988.

Originally, the site was used as a farm walk as a zoo licence was secured with animals like ostriches, Kookaburras and various birds of prey on display.

However, the farm walk closed down in 1990's due to winter being "too tough" and not getting enough visitors coming through the doors to cover the costs.

During their time away from the farm, the site's chicken farm has improved, a leading Equestrian Centre has opened as well as a large pet store.

The farm will now reopen with the family "overwhelmed" with the response to the opening.

A social media post said: "We’re a small family-run farm Ppark with big hopes to spread our love of animals with you and your families.

"We have been overwhelmed with the response to our opening and can’t wait to see you all in the coming weeks.

"We just wanted to take a moment to say thanks for all the support you've given our little farm park over the last couple of days."

The new farm walk is entirely outside with a café currently being built and hoped to be open in the next few months.

There is seating onsite so packed lunch can be brought and eaten during the day. 

The farm will be open from 10am to 4.00pm on Monday to Saturday with the last admission at 3.30pm.

To book your visit, click here.