Just a short stroll down the lane from us is the adored Fishers Farm Park. The firm favourite was opened in the summer of 1990 by Tim and Trina Rollings and is still family run today. Over the years, the Rollings family and their dedicated team have injected the park with time and love, which has seen it continually blossom. Undoubtedly one of the most championed attractions in the whole of Sussex, Fishers Farm Park is home to rides, play areas and animals for those who are little (and big) to enjoy.
A Bite to Eat After Fishers Farm?
If you are left famished after a day at the farm, why not pop in to The Bat & Ball? We love welcoming families into the restaurant and, in the summer, The Courtyard is the perfect place for everyone to dine alfresco. For the little ones, we have a children’s menu and every meal comes with a scoop of ice-cream!
The grownups can indulge in our popular lunch menu which is home to favourites such as cottage pie and fish and chips. Alternatively, Sunday lunch would be a real treat after a morning of fun at Fishers Farm. There’s nothing like a delicious roast dinner with all the trimmings to top off a perfect day.
How to Get to Fishers Farm From Us
Getting to Fishers Farm from The Bat & Ball Couldn’t be easier.
The pub is set just back from Newpound Lane, but the garden looks out onto this quiet country road. Simply turn left onto the lane and follow it for approximately 0.1 miles. If driving, go steady, horses and dog walkers like to use the lane.
You will see a sign stating that Fishers Farm is the next left, you can’t miss it. The park is open
Fishers Farm Park is open 10am – 5pm all year round, except Christmas Day and Boxing Day.