• At Thrift Farm there is so much for you to see and do.

    Oodles of family fun spread over a beautiful 52 acre working farm.

    At Thrift Farm there is so much for you to see and do
  • Make friends with all our lovely animals.

    Make friends with all our lovely animals

Welcome to Thrift Farm



Buckinghamshire County Council have named a joint venture between Kids Play and Mead Open Farm as the new provider for services at Thrift Farm. 

Find out more here.


Closed to visitors from Monday 2 December 2019 until Easter 2020.


10.00am – 4.00pm (last orders for food at 3:30pm).

At Thrift Farm there is so much for you to see and do! Spread over a 52 acre working farm our attractions include the Farm Park, Café and Gift Shop. Click on our "Things to see and do" menu to discover more.

Thrift Farm offers work-based support to clients with learning disabilities and mental health issues, who work across all areas of the farm to build their skills and independence. Our highly skilled and specialist members of staff support the clients and help them to progress in their chosen areas. By visiting Thrift Farm you will also be supporting the great work we do with our clients.       

Throughout the year we also hold special events where we can promise even more fun - keep an eye on our Facebook page for details of the next one.


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Just some of the great feedback we’ve received.

Thrift Farm is brilliant. I came here years ago when my teens were toddlers, and decided to come back again with my younger kids, aged 6 and 8. The Farm is very well laid out, and there are plenty of animals to see. The hatchery with the baby Guinea pigs was my favourite!



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