We had hoped to have started our COUNTRYMEN CLUB in April, but those plans had to  be put on hold due to the pandemic.  However, now in conjunction with COUNTRYMEN UK we have started work on an outreach project.

The project is to identify men over 55 who may be feeling the effects of loneliness and isolation during the lockdown.  We will help them and their carers to access support by offering resources and activities which they can enjoy whilst being at home.

If you know someone who may appreciate this support then please get in touch by phone (01296) 670996 or via email info@animalantiks.co.uk.

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Farmer Nick has been busy on the farm installing new gates to some of the animal pens, thanks to funding received from the Bucks Masonic Centenary Fund.  This helps to make the pens much more accessible to less mobile members, including those in wheelchairs and pushchairs.  

Andrew Hough, secretary of the BMCF came to visit the farm to meet some of the members and see the new gates.  


The story got lots of coverage, read more about it in the following links:



On various dates throughout the year you can come and spend a couple of hours at the farm, meet the animals and then spend time with the animal of your choice.  This may include feeding or grooming the animal and then taking them out for a walk around the farm or getting involved in other enrichment activities.

You have the choice of an alpaca, pony, donkey, goat or sheep or you can be a ‘farmer’ and get involved with a variety of the animals including the pigs and the chickens.

£35 per experience
For more details:  
call (01296) 670996 or
email office@animalantiks.co.uk 

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We are pleased to announce that we have just joined  COUNTRYMEN UK and will be looking to set up a group at the farm as soon as possible.  


Their mission is that all men, regardless of their mobility or cognitive levels, are given the opportunity to participate in healthy, active and social activities in a safe and supported countryside or farm environment to the benefit of their physical and mental wellbeing.  


You can find out more by visiting their website at www.countrymenuk.org or by clicking on their logo on the left.


A big thank you to the 



Fairford Leys

The quiz is held every Tuesday night from 8pm and for a number of week's over the summer months we were their nominated charity.

They managed to raise over £900 for us which we were very pleased to receive.

Our team never actually managed to win any week, but we did try hard!



On Saturday 25th May we held our first fundraising walk around the farm.
The weather was kind and we had a lovely stroll around the farm with lots of the animals.  As usual the alpacas went into the pond and then followed that with a dust bath.  The donkeys joined us for the first time and then we headed back to the farm for tea and cakes.  In total we raised around £400 for the charity.

We will be holding other walks over the summer, get in touch if you would like to be notified of the date (also see our events page for more details)

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We are now members of

Social Farms and Gardens.  


Social Farms & Gardens is the name of the new organisation created following the merger of the Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens and Care Farming UK in April 2018.

Find out more at https://www.farmgarden.org.uk/


The book launch of 'Happiness For Beginners' by Carole Matthews - the brilliant, brand-new book by this much-loved best-selling local author, took place at WaterstonesMK in Milton Keynes on 21st February.


It was a great evening with lots of people turning up to get their copies signed and hear about our connection with the book . Carole also read extracts and there was a guest appearance by Paul Eccentric (best known as half of the comedic beat poetry act The Antipoet, who performed some of the poems from the book , including 'Save the Farm'.


Thanks goes to all the people who donated to ANIMAL ANTIKS on the night and to her many followers who are donating via the various links Carole is posting.


Just before Christmas we received an unusual donation. KEE Services, based in Aston Clinton donated some fiberglass Wastewater Treatment Plant Covers.


I'm sure we are going to enjoy making outdoor shelters for the animals to protect them from the rain and wind this winter.



Manor Farm

St Johns Lane

North Marston


MK18 3PU


01296 670996 or 07543 276818

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