Animal Antiks


Sarah from Animal Antiks kindly attended the October Parish Council Meeting and updated us on their plans. Please see the link below for a leaflet they have produced. Over the next few months and into early next year, the focus will be on bringing the land back to a working standard, hedges, ditches, fencing and fields managed prior to any arable or stock work taking place.

This week, it has been arranged for a young adult who attends Furzedown School from the village to attend Animal Antiks for his work experience placement.

Animal Antiks Leaflet pdf

12th December 2017

On Monday 5th December the Commissioning Manager Social Care & Learning for Bucks County Council was on site at Animal Antiks, Manor farm regarding safeguarding due to on-going issues we have reported of some people not respecting the fact that we have vulnerable young people in our care. As such she has agreed with the charity that from a safeguarding imperative we must as a matter of urgency put up signs advising people not to enter unless by prior agreement/appointment and to ensure the lower entrance to the farm, just up from St Johns Manor have a gate fitted to stop people coming up and using the parking area as a turning point.

Could you advise local residents of the changes please to ensure the right message is disseminated. We are as always happy to speak to anyone who may have questions about these changes.

Andrew Watson OBE for Animal Antiks