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Pets Corner Closed 3-5 Feb

Tuesday, 26 January 2016 18:07

Public access to Pets' Corner will be limited on Wednesday, 3rd Feb to Friday, 5th Feb as we are running special activities.

Mudchute Honey at Plateau

Tuesday, 12 January 2016 00:00

Plateau 027 3568bWe are delighted to announce that you can now sample some of our gorgeous local honey at Plateau Restaurant in Canary Wharf as part of the exclusive hereHoney Menu Gourmand. The exclusive Honey Gourmand Menu pairs Mudchute Honey in all six courses and will be available from Monday, 18 January to Mo…

Reminder: Please Do Not Feed Our Ponies!

Thursday, 07 January 2016 17:53

Our two Shetland Ponies, Echo and Flossi, were very sick over the Christmas. They had colic which is a gut disorder caused by eating food they shouldn’t eat. Colic can be life-threatening if not treated properly. We are very happy to report that they are back to full health now.

We would like to remind all visitors not to feed our Shetland Ponies. We give them a specific diet, which is mainly hay and grass, along with a mineral salt block. If they are fed other foods such as carrots and apples which contain a lot of sugar, this makes them gain weight. They also become very greedy if they think food is on offer with every visitor who approaches them! We appreciate visitors like to feed our animals, but we would very much prefer you didn’t feed them at all. We thank you very much for your support and hope you enjoy your visit to Mudchute Farm.

Replanting Living Christmas Trees

Saturday, 26 December 2015 11:00

We are pleased to announce that anyone who bought a living Christmas tree (rooted/potted) from us is welcome to come and replant it at Mudchute Farm. We have identified an area within our Forest School along the nature trail where trees can be replanted. You can either leave your tree with us to replant or you can help us plant the tree.

Please contact Michelle or Abi on 0207 5155901 or 0207 5388456.

Congratulations to Jesse Bagirtkhan!

Tuesday, 22 December 2015 18:33

JesseBagirtkhanWe are very pleased to announce our recent Jack Petchey Foundation Award Winner – Jesse Bagirtkhan – who worked tirelessly as a volunteer in the Mudchute Stables over the summer. Jesse is an enthusiastic teenager with an infectious sense of humour and boundless energy. He often stayed behind while h…
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