Unfortunately The Batch Cafe remains closed today due to staff illness, they will continue to update and they are hoping to be open in the monring for Coffee and Cakes.
Just a reminder that we will have The Pizza Boys on site on Friday evening this weekend from 5pm and Village Fish 'N' Chips on site on Saturday and Sunday from 5-8pm.
Café / Bistro to Let
We have an exciting opportunity to run your own café / bistro here at Greenhill Farm Caravan and Camping Park.
This popular café is located on the campsite in Bletchingdon, Oxfordshire.
The café is currently popular with customers in the local area, we also have a 150 pitch campsite, and the campsite is open 11 and a half months a year.
The space is currently being used a café and there can be the opportunity that some equipment will be left in there to use.
The monthly rental will be £1000 per month + electric which is billed monthly from a meter.
This will be coming available from the 10th May 2019.
If you are interested it would be helpful to us if you could send over a rough business plan for example; what kind of food you’d be looking to offer, rough opening times etc.
For more information or to discuss further please email Paul – firstname.lastname@example.org or phone on 01869 351600.
On Friday 19th April we will have The Pizza Boys here on site serving hot food from 5pm.
And on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st April we will have Village Fish 'N' Chips serving food from 5-8pm.
The Pizza Boys Bicester will be on site on Friday 19th April servng food from 5pm.
They will also be on site throughout the year on the following dates;
May 3rd, 10th, 24th & 31st
July 5th, 12th, 19th
August 16th, 23rd
September 6th, 20th, 27th
Bens Story – Part two
Hello again, I am Ben, I was born on 27th February 2019 about 5.30pm at Greenhill Farm.
I was laying down on my cosy straw on 9th March when the mummies and farmer friends came in – What is going on?? They didn’t seem to be making a fuss of me. They moved a big fat cow into another pen right near me – why is she getting all the attention I asked myself – I trotted up and down my pen trying to say ‘Hey I am here’ but they ignored me – this is not good I don’t like this ‘being ignored malarkey’. Suddenly!!! This thing fell to the floor, they pulled it over to the big cow and she started licking it – it was another calf, I heard them call it Billy. They told me that Billy was my brother (when they eventually got around to talking to me again). Billy stood up almost straight away, I want to go over there and have a look at my brother but couldn’t because of this pen. Well, the very next day mummies and farmer friend came and took my fences away, FREEDOM!!! - I had a little trot around, WOW – all this space, I am not sure that I like this though – those big cows look mahoosive. Billy didn’t seem to want to play and his mummy stopped me going near him. The humans opened another gate, I had a look through and saw lots of cows and calves, my human mummies told me that these were my brothers and sisters, Bruce, Belle, Bryan and Beatrix and their cow mummies, my aunties. I must admit to feeling a bit (well, a lot) scared – my human mummy ran around the pen and I followed – mum, mum I tried to call – I wanted her to hold me and pat me. Mummies went the other side of the fence, I wanted them back, I am not sure that I like all this space. I wondered around having a sniff here and there, I got pushed away by the aunties a couple of times. My legs started to hurt, I was tired and lonely but I was too scared to lay down. After a while mummies came back with my dinner – I was so pleased to see them that I actually said Hello (MOOO). They gave me my food and put me in a little pen with lots of warm straw – I felt safe again and curled up and slept. CRASH!!! Aunties have knocked my pen down – I’m scared and tired but Bruce, Belle and Beatrix came and lay with me on the warm straw. This is nice – I am starting to like having brothers and sisters we can snuggle up and keep each other warm – I do think they are a bit jealous of my lovely blue coat though. I slept all night with my new cow family – I still feel lonely and hungry – my brothers and sisters have their mummies to feed them. My human mummies keep coming with my food and lots of pats and cuddles, they told me that I need to sneak up to one of my aunties and steal some milk. Because I am always hungry now I thought I will give this a go – I got pushed away a few times so needed another plan, one auntie was lying down so I lay next to her, she licked me all over, this felt different but I think I like being licked, I am now thinking that I am in with a chance of sharing a cow mummy, I just need to come up with a plan to make one of the aunties like me.
The next day, my human mummies and farmer friend came to see me, they brought my milk – it was good to see and hear them and get my dinner. What’s that over there??? I spotted a little face looking under the fence – Hmmm, I don’t think I need to be scared of it because it is small, it kept popping its face under the fence, I heard the humans telling it to go away, they said ‘Jen – get out’ Jen is a sheep dog. I think Jen liked the look of me because a bit later she came flying over the fence, the fence is much bigger than me and bigger than the humans (how can she jump so high)
She nearly landed on my back, well she did land on my back but then jumped to the floor. A strange thing happened – I think I understand what Jen is saying to me ……….. I will let you know how I am getting on very soon ……………………
Hello, I am Ben, I was born on 27th February 2019 about 5.30pm at Greenhill Farm.
My cow mummy had a very hard time giving birth to me as I was the wrong way round in mummy’s tummy. After a long time my Farmer friends tied ropes around my feet and winched me out. I was born very big. My cow mummy took one look at me and walked away. My Farmer friends rubbed me in towels and made me warm. I didn’t know how to stand up because my mummy had not taught me how to and I also had very poorly legs from the ropes and being squashed up inside my cow mummy but could not tell anyone, I did not know that I had to have milk to live and did not know how to suckle from a bottle so I was starving. My Farmer friends made me a bed and tried to feed me from a bottle, because I was not very well I did not want to eat, so they pushed a tube down my throat a fed me into my stomach – I did not like this very much. My farmer friends tried and tried to feed me, I started to look for them because they patted me and stroked me and talked to me. I now think they are my human mummy’s. I was still too poorly to eat so I had to have the tube pushed down my throat again. It did make me feel stronger but not strong enough to stand up. When I was 36 hours old my Farmer friend held my head and put the bottle in my mouth, because I could not get away I started to drink the milk – it tasted good. I got a lot of pats and cuddles so when they came again with the bottle I drank it again – more cuddles and pats. I felt very cold so my human mummy’s put me a lovely coat on. I had my legs massaged which I enjoyed but I liked my head and ears and cheeks being scratched and patted. My farmer friends and my human mummy’s tried to help me to stand up – but I couldn’t, my legs hurt too much. I tried to move, I really wanted to get up, I pulled myself forward by my front legs and because I had tried to move I got lots and lots of cuddles. I thought I wonder what will happen if I ever do stand up. I looked forward to my bottle now so every time they came to visit I drank all my milk, they seemed to come more and more so I drank more and more, then I got more and more cuddles. I knew my human mummy’s were worried about me because they told me, they told me that I needed to stand up and get better, they spent a long time massaging my legs. After 3 days I tried to get up but I was just not strong enough and fell over, I tried and tried again and again but kept falling over. My human mummy’s were so worried they called for the Vet to take a look at me – he made me stand up, he pulled my tail up so my back legs went straight – my mummy’s held my front legs – at last I was standing on my four legs – it felt so good, the vet said that I had nerve damage and that it would take a long time to get better, I heard him say that maybe I won’t get better, maybe I would never walk, this made me sad but it also made me want to walk even more. They lay me down as I was very tired, the vet gave me some injections to make me better and told my mummy’s to keep rubbing my legs – this made me happy, I didn’t feel lonely when my mummy’s are with me. They bought me a new coat to keep me warm. They brought me a bale of hay and lay me on it so my legs touched the floor, I tried and tried to move my legs but it made me very tired. I went to sleep thinking tomorrow I will be able to walk. My human mummies brought me milk in the morning when I was 6 days old, they lay me over the bale of hay and I could drink like a ‘normal baby cow’. While I was drinking my milk I was stretching my legs. I drank all my milk then pushed my legs to the floor, I thought if only this bale of hay wasn’t here I think I could walk. They moved the bale of hay and I dropped to the floor, I was not having that – I wanted to stand. I took a big breath and pushed and pushed and I got on my four feet, my legs wobbled and shook but I stood there trying to keep them still, I stood there for a long long time. It made me very tired so I lay down and had a sleep knowing I would try again later. When they visited me again I showed them how I could get up, on shaky legs I walked around, every step I took my legs seemed to get stronger – I even tried a little jump and a little run, this does make me very tired but I am going to keep trying. I will let you know very soon how I am getting on ----.
The current shop opening hours are;
Monday - Friday 9am - 11am / 4pm - 6pm
Saturday 9am - 4pm
Sunday 9am - 12pm
*The shop isn't always fully stocked this time of year*
We are very pleased to announce that we will have the Pizza Boys Bicester on site; serving food from around 5pm onwards on the following dates here at Greenhill Farm;
April 16th and 26th
May 3rd, 10th, 24th and 31st
July 5th, 12th, 19th
August 16th, 23rd
September 6th, 20th, 27th
Village Fish 'N' Chips Van will be visiting the site on Saturday 16th March 2019.
Serving hot food here on site from 5pm.
We would like to apologise if you have sent a booking form from our website in the last few days.
We have been having some technical difficulties with our bookings.
This should now be resolved, but apologies if we have missed any recent bookings.
Please feel free to call 01869 351600 or email us email@example.com for any queries.
Once again apologies for any inconvenience caused.
During the winter months, we have had some new play area equipment added to the exisiting play area on site. Including; a scramble net for climing, a seasaw and a new basket swing.
We are open and taking bookings for February half term and all through the year. Book early for Bank Holidays and high season dates to avoid dissapointment.
We now welcome Dogs on site again - please see our tariff for prices. And please note that Dog's must be kept on a lead at all times across the farm and campsite, unless you are using the designated Dog Exercise Field.
We would like to wish all our customers past and present a very Happy New Year.
We look forward to welcoming people back who have stayed with us before and welcoming people for their first time at Greenhill Leisure Park in the coming 2019 season.
Booking's can be made online via our website www.greenhill-leisure-park.co.uk, via email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 01869 351600.
Greenhill Farm Caravan Park will be closed for the Christmas period from Saturday 22nd December 2018 - Wednesday 2nd January 2019.
The campsite and the shop will be closed over this period.
Thank you for your understanding.
The Shop now has very limited stock and is only open on a Saturday morning until Spring 2019. For Reception there is always a contact number on the door and a member of staff around on site at all times.
The Batch Café located on site here at Greenhill Farm will be closed for their annual holiday from today 18th September 2018 and they will re-open from Thursday 4th October.
Throughout the Summer months until September 2018 the shop and reception opening times are as follows;
Monday - Thursday 8.30am - 6pm
Friday 8.30am - 8pm
Saturday 8.30am - 6pm
Sunday 8.30am - 5pm
Outside of these opening hours telephone calls and emails are unlikely to be answered until the following day. But we will get back to you as soon as we can.
Thank you for your understanding.
Alan the Alpaca is ready to Support England in the Semi-Final tomorrow night. #itscominghome#alanthealpaca #greenhillleisurepark
**(the red marking is livestock spray, and it is designed specifically for marking animals, this will wash off and has caused no harm)
We would like to apologise to any customers that may have sent us any emails on Sunday 10th June and Monday 11th June, and are awaiting a reply. Unfortuantly we experienced some technical issues with our computer system. And we are unable to recover anything emails from these two days. This issue has now been resloved and we are recieving emails again.
Thank you for your understanding.
Just to remind our customers that we do operate a No Dog's policy during our winter period, therfore from the 1st October 2018 - 1 February 2019 we don't take bookings with Dog's on the campsite.
We are sorry for any inconvience this may cause.
Just a reminder that we do now offer day fishing passes on site, these are £8.00 per day and visitors can fish from 9am - 5.30pm. We do have a limted number of day tickets available so be sure to book via email email@example.com or over the phone 01869 351600.
For holiday makers staying on site, the fishing is included in the price of the site fees.
We are looking forward to welcoming our customers past and present to Greenhill Farm this weekend.
Gourdans Food van unfortunately won't be on site on Friday evening, however they will serving Breakfast on Sunday and Monday morning just over the bank holiday weekend. And also serving dinner on Monday evening 28th May. Available on site from their food van.
We will have the shop stocked for your everyday essentials, and you can also buy your meat hand reared on the farm for your BBQ's.
All the Staff at Greenhill Farm
We have a special offer on for the summer, ready for bbq season.
Greenhill Dexter beef burgers 48 in a box for just £35.00.
Please visit the on site shop for more informaiton or to purchase a box.
We also have; pork and apple burgers, lamb and mint burgers, sausages and a range of joints avaiable from the shop. All of the meat comes from the farm.
We hope that the weather will be good to us this coming bank holiday weekend, and we look forward to welcoming customers new and old to Greenhill Farm.
We have some exciting news, that on Friday evening 4th May, Gourdans Steak Frites Van will be on site at Greenhill Farm from; 5.30pm - 8pm.
So you will be able to purchase food from the van located on site on the Friday. http://www.gourdans.co.uk/
The Batch Café will also be open on Friday & Saturday from 9am - 4.30pm for breakfast, brunch, hot & cold drinks and delicious cakes.
We would like to apologise to the customers that we unfortuantly had to cancel over the Easter Weekend, due to the wet weather casuing several pitches to be waterlogged.
We hope to welcome a lot of our customers back later in the year. And we hope we soon have some sunshine to enjoy.
From Spring 2019, we will now be offering day fishing tickets for day visitors and the general public. Day tickets will be charged at £8 per day and you can make use of the fishing on site from 8.30am - 7pm during the Spring and Summer months.
Day tickets must be booked in advance via email; firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 01869 351600 due to limitations in ticket numbers. And all visitors must report to reception to check in and collect tickets on arrival.
Tickets available now.
We would like to wish all our customers; past, present and future a Happy New Year.
The Site is open, and we are looking forward to welcoming lots of new and returning customers for the 2018 season.
Bookings can be made online using our online booking form, or over the phone 01869 351600, however please be aware that through the winter months we have limited reception opening hours. But we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Dear Customers, please be aware that the campsite will be shut over the Christmas and New Year Period this year.
The campsite will close at 12 Midday on Friday 22nd December & Re-open from 12 Midday on Tuesday 2nd January 2018.
We apologise in advance for any inconvinience caused.
Last chance to order your Greenhill Farm Lamb.
1/2 Lamb £65
Whole Lamb £120
The Lamb comes jointed and wrapped for your convenience.
For orders please call 01869 351600 or email email@example.com
The weekend of the 4th/5th of August Countryfile Live is set to take over Blenheim Palace for the second year running.
With our site being located only a 10 minute drive from the Palace, this is set to be a very busy weekend. And something not to be missed.
We hope to have a successful summer and some nice weather, so we can welcome a lot of customers new and old to our campsite.
If you haven’t booked already, why not get in touch.
We are lucky enough to have a beauty salon on site, and an art studio has opened its doors on the campsite for this season.
Why not add something a little extra special for your stay, with a beauty treatment or a visit to our art studio.
Find out more about these: