FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
**Please check our frequently asked questions, the answer you need is probably there, if not please do not hesitate to give us a call on 0161 480 1645.
Can you pay by card?
Yes at the farm entrance and Tearooms but the Chalet and Ice-cream Van is cash only.
Is the farm pushchair/wheelchair friendly?
Yes the farm is concreted.
Are dogs allowed into the farm?
Unfortunately no dogs are allowed into the animal farm
Are you open on Bank Holidays?
Yes, we are open the normal opening hours 11am-4pm
What times do Pony Rides run?
Every Sunday and Bank Holiday 12.30-2.30 from 16th February- 3rd November 2019.
Can I bring a picnic into the farm?
Yes, we have allocated picnic benches through the animal farm
Do childminders receive a discount?
Childminders get a discounted rate of £5 providing proof.
How do I book a party?
Please call the office on 0161 480 1645 between 9.30-5pm
Do you have baby changing facilities?
Yes, we have several stations around the farm
What’s the difference between a pony ride and a riding lesson?
Pony rides are £2 on a Sunday or Bank Holidays only; these are an addition to the animal farm activities, also if you are thinking of starting your children on riding lessons. Walkout riding lessons are run every Saturday between 9.30 and 1.00 and are £12 for half an hour. These lessons are taught by qualified instructors.
Reddish Vale Farm is a 5 minute drive from the M60.
Coming via M60 E&N, exit at Junction 27.
Coming via M60 S&W exit at Junction 26.
At the roundabout follow signs for A626 Reddish.
As you reach the 2nd roundabout follow signs for 6167 Reddish onto Sandy Lane, follow the road for approximately 2 miles, then at the Shell garage turn right onto Reddish Vale Road (clearly signposted Reddish Vale Farm and Riding School)
There is a bus stop on Reddish Road which is a short 5 minute walk to the farm. Buses from Manchester you will need 203, from Ashton you will need the number 7 and from Stockport take number 7 or 203.
North Reddish station is situated 2 miles away from the farm. On exiting the station you will need a number 7 or 203 bus to Reddish and you need to get off the bus the stop after Morrison’s Reddish. The farm is a short 5 minute walk from the bus stop.