New Baby Gift Boxes Sweets and Treats

1st Birthday PresentsNew Baby GiftsNew Baby Gift BasketsNew Baby Gift BoxesBaby Gifts for TwinsBaby Clothes BouquetsNappy CakesCreate Your Own Gift Gift Vouchers 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed
Customer Feedback
"A great service fast and efficient, items arrived well packaged.  Would use again."
C Litchfield 


Read More
Customer Testimonials

"It arrived on time, in perfect condition and is a great toy! Thanks very much" 
Emma Murphy.

We accept these cards:
We accept these cards.
Your Online Security

We take your security very seriously.  We conform to the requirements of the Data Protection Act, 1998.  

Your transaction is 100% secure   

Secure Payment Services provided by Barclaycard Business

Click here for 1st Birthday Gifts

News

Little Havens Safebuy Verification

Toy Farm Up For Grabs In Young Journalist Competition

28/05/2010

Budding young journalists can win £200 worth of traditional farm toys in a competition to visit a local farm and report their experience this summer.

By James Tweedie

The Welsh section of the National Farmers' Union NFU Cymru has teamed up with Britain's Farm Toys to run the Young Countryside Reporter competition, welcoming welcome entries written in either Welsh or English from scribblers between five and 12 years of age.

The challenge will be launched at Open Farm Sunday on June 13 when hundreds of farmers will open the gates of their farms to the public.

NFU Cymru President Ed Bailey said: “Thousands of children visit our roadshow and other NFU Cymru events around the country every year to find out more about food production in Wales.

“Many of our members also open up their farms to families and school groups so the Countryside Reporter competition is a great way to get younger visitors to really think about their time on a farm.

“We know the fantastic prizes on offer from Britain's Farm Toys will encourage lots of youngsters to share their thoughts on what they saw, touched or even smelt.”

To enter the competition, visitors to farms must write a report of their outing. The best entrant will win a miniature farm of their own filled with toys and tractors worth £200.

In addition, the top report from a 5-7 year-old in Wales will win a bonus prize of a Britain's Big Farm radio control John Deere tractor.

The Britain's Farm Toys range of scale model tractors, farm vehicles and farm animals have been a firm favourite with children for generations.

Britain's Farm Toys Marketing Director Craig Varley said: “Summer events are a fantastic way for children – and adults – to learn various aspects of farming such as where food comes from, wildlife habitats, maintaining the countryside and farming as a business.

“We’re hoping that the competition will inspire children to really get involved this year and express why farming matters to them.”

For more details about which farms are taking part visit www.farmsunday.org.


Back to recent news



Create Your Own Gift Basket 1st Birthday Gifts