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Chance to visit restored farm buildings

Created on 13/09/2017 @ 19:10
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It’s been in the news a lot since it was purchased by local businessman James Potter, but now it is opening its doors for one weekend only to the public.

The Leighton Home Farm Buildings will be open on September 30 and October 1 for the public to see for themselves the extraordinary transformation that has been made to this listed property -  now the home of Yorton Stud Farm

It has now become one of Wales’s most renowned stud farms for horses, and visitors are being reminded that health and safety of the animals at the property is paramount during the visit.

Tours will take place on both days at 11am and 2pm. With a maximum of 40 places on each tour, spaces have to be booked by calling Steve Burgess on 01547 530 835. 


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