Silvercone - Super speedy quad bikes to race the "Silvercone" for those over the age of 4 costing £1 a lap.
The cost of the ice creams is reasonable - one scoop in a choice of cone (including a gluten free option) costs £2 and I think we paid £3.20 for our double scoops. (Mummies are allowed a treat . . . ) There was all manner of additional sprinkles and so forth which could be added as extras but for simplicity and to save any arguing we just went for a flake in all of them. The total spend on ice cream for the seven of us was just shy of £18 I think. Ben has asked me for Bubble Gum flavoured ice cream many times and I've always refused. This time I relented and let him try it. He wasn't a fan! Finley on the other hand ate all of his own and finished off Ben's! At least I know he won't try to order that again.
Despite The Ice Cream Farm being absolutely heaving, we never felt it was too busy. The atmosphere was one of excitement but it never felt manic. We saw plenty of staff working hard to make sure that everything ran like clockwork. Including food, play and ice cream the day cost me about £35 - which I think represents cracking value for the fun we had.
Needless to say the proof of the pudding is whether we would go back? Absolutely, we plan to visit at Easter or during the summer holidays to use the rest of our Play Pass and Ben, when asked if he'd had a good day, replied "Yeah, it awesome! Can we come back tomorrow?" - and that says it all really!