White Post Farm has announced it will reopen to the public on July 4th.
The popular Nottinghamshire location has been closed since March due to strict restrictions put in place by the government to reduce the spread of Coronavirus.
Significant changes to the farms’ ticketing system have been implemented in order to comply with social distancing guidelines.
Tickets for the general public will go on sale tomorrow at 11 am ahead of their reopening in July.
Annual pass holders will be required to pre-arrange a time slot online.
Visitors without a reserved time slot and ticket will be refused entry and virtual tours of the farm will also be available for those who cannot attend in person.
In a statement on social media, a spokesperson for White Post Farm said; ” After booking we recommend you read all the information on our website about what you can expect from us and what our team and our animals expect from you. Keep on eye on our Facebook page for daily updates.
“Once booked, we kindly ask you to arrive within your time slot as this will help us manage the flow of customers through the entrance gate and around the farm.
“Let’s get back to some free-range fun!! We’re so excited to welcome you back!”
Book online here https://bit.ly/2VnaHQH