Heroes don’t always wear capes: Soham farm park to provide free entry for adults from ‘super professions’

A Soham-based farm park will open their doors to adults working in ‘super professions’ on Saturday,

A Soham-based farm park will open their doors to adults working in ‘super professions’ on Saturday, July 28. Picture: Facebook / South Angle Farm Park - Credit: Archant

NHS staff, emergency services workers, school staff and adults in the forces will be welcomed to a Soham farm park free of charge this summer.

A Soham-based farm park will open their doors to adults working in ‘super professions’ on Saturday,

A Soham-based farm park will open their doors to adults working in ‘super professions’ on Saturday, July 28. Picture: Facebook / South Angle Farm Park - Credit: Archant

The South Angle Farm Park in Angle Common is saying ‘thank you’ to ‘real life superheroes’ as part of their superhero-themed summer activities.

Adults that can prove they work for the emergency services, for the NHS, in schools or in the forces will be allowed in the award-winning farm for free this Saturday, July 28.

A spokesman for the farm said: “We are so thankful to the everyday heroes that keep us all safe and we wanted to show our appreciation.

A Soham-based farm park will open their doors to adults working in ‘super professions’ on Saturday,

A Soham-based farm park will open their doors to adults working in ‘super professions’ on Saturday, July 28. Picture: Facebook / South Angle Farm Park - Credit: Archant

“We think it is important to remind people that heroes don’t always wear capes and to remind our everyday heroes that we are grateful for all the hard work they put in every day.”


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The farm park will be open every day throughout the summer holidays from Wednesday July 25 through to Monday September 3.

For more information, visit: www.SouthAngleFarmPark.co.uk

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