| 5 REASONS WHY FAMILIES LOVE PHOTO SESSIONS ON THE FARM |
I count myself extremely lucky to live and work on Noverton Farm!
Nothing gives me greater pleasure than sharing our farm with families during my photo sessions. Children (and grown-ups!) come alive here at the farm, jumping off hay bales, riding on the tractor and of course meeting the farm animals!
The farm is the perfect setting for family photo sessions. Don’t believe me? Check out my reasons below!
1. | The Landscape |
Noverton Farm is tucked away in the heart of the Teme Valley, offering spectacular views across rural Worcestershire.
After a scenic drive, you’ll notice a blue spotty welly hanging from our farm sign. Continue up the gravel drive and there it is – Noverton Farm, an old-fashioned farm with original barns. It’s almost like stepping back in time!
2. | The Animals |
Children love meeting the pigs, cows and sheep. As I write this we’ve just had another litter of piglets – I can hear their little squeals from the farm house!
All year-round children get to meet the farm animals and, in the spring, children get to bottle feed the pet lambs!
3. | Your Best Day Out |
Exploring the farm is one of the best days out you can have as a family. I can testify that we have plenty of smiles, giggles and laughter here on the farm.
This relaxed setting makes for some beautiful photographs!
4. | Something for Everyone |
A day on the farm is a unique experience because it’s genuinely a great day out for the whole family, with something for everyone to enjoy. Dads love the tractors and our vegetable patch, while mums take in the spectacular views, and children discover eggs in the chicken coop.
I often have large family gatherings, where Grandad and Grandma come along for the photo session and are often found chatting to farmer David about life on the farm.
5. | Education |
The farm experience offers a wonderful opportunity for children to learn about farming, how much work and planning goes into running a farm and how important farms are to our everyday lives.
It’s an opportunity to teach children about where their sausages and eggs come from!