The family farm offered the chance to hold live chicks, lamb demonstrations and an Easter egg trail, led by Jasper the Easter Bunny, to help families get into the Easter mood. Can you spot anyone you know in the photos below?
Heather Copley gave lamb demonstrations, offering visitors the chance to learn about and stroke the young animals.
Guests were also invited to hold baby chicks (with supervision from staff, of course!)
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Farmer Copleys is a working farm, and many of their animals were on display at the festival.
These chickens enjoyed the festivities at Farmer Copleys.
Good weather meant hundreds of families turned up to enjoy the festival.
Can you guess what animal this is?
Family activities included a tractor ride and inflatable obstacle course.
Kayla Wilkinson and Amy Leech enjoyed the pedal carts.
Sebastian Hunter met a baby chick at the festival.
Jasper the Easter Bunny takes a well-earned break, after leading the Easter Egg Hunt around the farm.
Some other members of the farm also fancied a quick lie-down!
What was your favourite part of Farmer Copleys' Easter Festival?