This is where you can come and meet some of The Colony Stud's star characters - the horses and foals.
Along with the horses, we also work to protect other endangered breeds of native farm animals by looking after them and raising awareness to aid their survival.
Get involved and try something different with our range of activities.
Children's Art Workshop, 29th May 2017, 10:00 to 14:00
Childrenâ??s drop in session with paid activities including; Drawing/sketching horses and simple print making, all materials will be provided. There will be two sessions on the day one at 10am and a second at 2pm. The cost is Â£5pp on the day or Â£4pp if you prebook. Call 01394 411 327
Adults' Art Workshop, 10th June 2017
A workshop for Adults drawing the Suffolk Punch horses out in the landscape, with an opportunity to see a demonstration of horse handling in the morning and using the drawings in the afternoon, indoors, to produce some quick line and watercolour paintings, a technique suitable for sketch books. This day could help those who are not used to painting outdoors and be a useful lead into taking part on Sunday. Artists Margaret Wylie and Jennifer Hall. Cost Â£40 per person, includes materials, tea and coffee. Please note there is a cafe where lunch can be bought.
The Wind in the Willows, 4th August 2017, 17:30
Pack your picnics and join the boat-loving Ratty, the sensible yet curious Mole, wise old Badger and the fantastically irrepressible Toad as they embark on the adventure of a lifetime culminating in a colourful battle with the sly weasel to save Toad Hall!
Eye-catching costumes, toe-tapping music and larger than life characters promise to capture the imagination of the youngest of audience members whilst the sheer nostalgic charm of this beloved story is guaranteed to take older generations on a glorious trip down the riverbank onto memory lane. The perfect summer treat for all the family!