Mar 11th 2020 Back to latest news
Re-investment Matters in Business? This question was asked of me by a GCSE Business Studies Student. It made me consider that communicating with you, our valued clients, about what goes on behind the scenes is crucial. I am so excited our newsletter readers feel confident enough to contribute feedback to help shape the future, with us, of the Farmer Palmers that works for them
21 years ago Phill and I took our first steps into business life. As proud “parents” of the company, we’ll do everything we can to nurture and care for Farmer Palmers. Including ensuring it doesn’t fall over and never get up. We will face challenges by unitedly nursing it through sickness and health, charting the way forward. Nurturing every aspect of our Farmer Palmer’s Experience, committed to firing on all cylinders; it means ensuring our team is top-quality and motivated to take ownership and work hard with a smile.
We strongly believe it is our responsibility to re-invest your hard-earned money in giving the best day out we can. Also putting as much of the profits back into the business can help Farmer Palmers grow and ensure our position itself for long-term success.
We have surpassed ourselves in giving you so much of what you’ve asked for, and more.
We’re not all born leaders, and tread a path of farming. The Directors and Supervisors work together in an ever-changing world. Actively seeking out innovation, eco-friendly considerations, personal training, development and customer service. Our 80 brilliant team strong workforce who include 36% under the age of 16 years old! So some lovely customer service development and ongoing training are constant.
The Contract has been signed to bring you The World of Dinosaur Roar! Activity Trail. Make sure you and your friends SIGN UP to our newsletters to keep yourself updated. Due to Open Spring 2020.
Eco Decisions can help the planet. It started with the idea of popping 40Kw of Solar Panels on Straw Mountain’s roof. Ah, we’ll need to invest in a new roof to hold the extra weight. Then we learn you’ll need batteries to store energy for busy times. – Little Job Just Got Bigger! Thank goodness for the guidance we’ve received from Dorset Council and Southern Electric!
We like to keep our efforts, energy and focus on being one step ahead. After all, Nokia and Samsung relaxed and took their eye off the ball and Apple moved in. Enough said!
“Not a theme park but a wonderful family day out at a lovely Farm!”W Beth
"Good place for the family lots to see and do. Clean and staff helpful. Could spend a day there with the kids and have a great time. Would recommend to everyone."Regular visitor
"An absolutely lovely farm, with the most perfect helpful, knowledgeable staff. We had an amazing day."Regular visitor
Allergy Awareness "We come and visit you every week and I was so pleased to see the "no food" notice up in the soft play areas. My son is anaphylaxis to dairy and peanuts. Thank you for raising awareness and helping my son to not be at risk!"Allergy Awareness
"The imagination and creativity with the play areas is just perfect. Today we fed the lambs and it was such a special moment, I've always wanted to do it and loved it!"Local Visitor
"The passes are fantastic value for money and whenever we come to Farmer Palmer's my children never want to leave. Staff are always very friendly and helpful."Annual Pass Holder
"Even when it's pouring down, FP is a great place to come. Plenty to do under shelter and who doesn't love to put their wellies on and splash in muddy puddles! And for the mums and dads, the cake is amazing :)"Regular visitor
"A rare treat, a full day out and change!"Value for money!
"We keep coming back with our grandchildren"Grandparent’s view
"We are big fans!! My little boy wakes up most mornings asking if he can go to Farmer Palmer’s Farm Park!!"Winning testimonial
"It was amazing. From organisation to the staff, who were fantastic, we were very pleased"Team Farmer Palmer Fan
"Great family day out. Highly recommended!"Holiday visitor to Dorset
"I can't recommend this wonderful place enough. It's an amazing little piece of paradise in Dorset."Lissie Marshall