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Early Bird Offer on Season Passes

Season Passes for 2019 are now available.  Our ‘Early Bird’ Offer means you can purchase at a reduced price until 31st January 2019, which is great news!

We have held our 2018 Early Bird offer price too, so the first adult pass will be £25.00, with second adult at £15.00; children (*aged 3-16yrs) are £40.00 with a family pass (2adults/2 children or 1 adult/3 children) at £110.00.

*Please note that since our pricing policy has been reviewed, we will charge entry on a day visit from 2 years old from the start of the 2019 season, BUT, by purchasing Adult Season Passes, you will still get your under 3’s free and only need to obtain passes for them once they turn 3, which is on a pro-rata basis, as previously.

Don’t miss out on this great offer – you can buy online, by telephone or in person – you will unlimited access to all the fun here at Briarlands from 8th February 2019 through to 5th January 2020 (shut Christmas and Boxing Days; 1st and 2nd January)

Please note that for the 2020 Season, ALL 2 YEAR OLDS will be chargeable, both for a day visit and for season passes.

Halloween Fun

Come and join us for some Halloween fun on Wednesday 31st October from 4.30 – 6.30pm.
Be spooked on our scary tractor ride, visit the haunted tower and be on the lookout for the zombie scarecrows as you walk round the funyard in the dark. Dook for apples and hunt for pumpkins in the tunnel of terror.
Bring a torch!
Ticket includes a picnic box and the tearoom will be serving food until 6pm.
Under 2’s go free and so does one adult with a full paying child – tickets are available here .. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/briarlands-halloween-tickets-5…

Bonfire Night

Our 2018 Big Bonfire will be held on Saturday 3rd November – we’ll be lighting the bonfire at 5pm and be serving delicious homemade soup and goodies in the tearoom to keep you warm

We’ve got piglets!

Finally, on Friday 21st September Jess decided the time had come for her piglets to be born – she built a beautiful nest from all her straw and produced 14 gorgeous piglets – Well done Jess, we are very proud of you 🙂