Treat your Mum and/or your Grandmum to a super lunch or afternoon tea here at The Llama Park on Sunday 26th in our beautiful dining barn. Bookings essential.
The Llama Park is proud to announce that it has won the 2016 Countryside Alliance Tourism Enterprise Award in the South East. We will now go forward to the Grand Final which will be held at The House Of Lords on Wednesday 22nd March. Continue reading “Llama Park wins Countryside Alliance Award” »
The internet is a wonderful thing. It has completely changed the way we live and work and many would admit that they cannot live without it. However, as we all know, the Internet is also a force to be reckoned with – a pool of information from which you cannot retract information – once it’s out there, it belongs to the public.
Today, I would like to talk to you about Trip Advisor. Continue reading “Trippy Advisor” »
As the summer holidays draw to a close and the August bank holiday draws ever closer, I have found myself thinking increasingly about what it is that makes a child’s summer special. What small gestures and moments fit together to form a summer jigsaw in a child’s mind. There are those wonderful images like riding a donkey for the first time, making yourself sick on a ride at a funfair or being brave and running into the sea with your trousers rolled up.
As I sit here and think about what to write for The Llama Park’s first blog post, it occurs to me that perhaps the best place to start is at the beginning. To truly understand The Llama Park, maybe it is best to understand me and my family. My name is Lily Schuck and I am 23 years old, the daughter of two of the most incredible people in the world. Our journey in becoming owners of The Llama Park has been consistently told from the perspective of those two wonderful people and so, I felt it was time for a different angle. Continue reading “How to Become a Llama Farmer at 60” »