New indoor attraction at Fairytale Farm

Nicola Laister who owns Fairytale Farm with her husband Nick

Nicola Laister who owns Fairytale Farm with her husband Nick

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A NEW indoor attraction is opening at a farm park for disabled children in Chipping Norton this weekend.

Mouse Town, a beautifully crafted model village has been added at Fairytale Farm, which is on the A44 just outside Chippy.

It is located inside a former stable building and features a quaint English rural town, complete with shops, church, houses, village pond and jail.

But it is different from other model villages as it is home to a family of mice who can be seen going about their daily business.

Owner Nick Laister said: "We are delighted to open our newest attraction just in time for the summer holidays, and it offers something for everyone.

"Adults will no doubt be impressed with the attention to detail in this stunning model town, built by craftsmen.

"Children will love watching our family of white and grey mice scampering around, looking out of windows, shopping in the butchers and cheese shop and visiting the spooky graveyard."

Mouse Town will open at 10am on Saturday and is one of the many attractions that are free once visitors have entered Fairytale Farm. It will stay open every day until November 2.

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