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Woolverstone Marina, Woolverst,Ipswich,Ipswich,IP9 1AS, Ipswich IP9 1AS, UK – 01473 780033
Extremely helpful staff, owner Steve went out of his way to order what we wanted in . would recomend
I have been dealing with this company since they opened, I have never had a problem with them. I find them most helpful and willing to go the extra mile everytime. We were recently going on holiday when my husband forgot to hitch the caravan properly ! yes he didn`t hitch it to the car correctly, As we pulled off the drive the caravan went one way and the car the other causing loads of damage ! We put in an emergency call to S & P and were told if we could nurse it into them they would fix the problems ASAP. Half an hour later and Steve was running around fixing the bent jockey wheel, Replacing the breakaway cable, Repairing the electric plugs & sockets and sorting out the original problem of a faulty back light ( which is why the better half forget to check the hitch !) within 2 hours we were de-stressed after being made a cup of tea whilst we waited & were back on the road to our holiday destination. Well done S & P a fantastic job all round
Pannington Hall Ln, Ipswich IP9 2AP, UK – 01473 604206
Jimmy's Farm is a wonderful place to take kids of all ages. It features 2 play parks, woodland walk with den building, a butterfly house, a new lizard house, a large sand pit, zip line, inflatable pillow, fishing, a hobbit house and small snack bar. The farm also has a variety of animals from pigs to rain deer. Jimmy's also features several small shops such as Joules, a restaurant, butchers and veg garden. We have been coming to Jimmy's for years now, even before we had a little one and always find it fun. I would say you have half a day or more of fun for the kids, with a little retail therapy for the adults. Sadly it's not all great news. For all the things Jimmy's adds it seems other parts of the park are forgotten. Such as the upper playground, the zip line no longer works, along with young play area no longer has the small bouncers and the lower climbing frame park needs repair. The biggest problem with Jimmy's however is that there is almost no cover from the sun! The upper playground is to be avoided in the sun and the lower play area is not much better. For little ones it is incredibly difficult to find cover, after all these years I would have thought more cover would have been provided by now. So overall Jimmy's is very much worth a visit, but you need to bring plenty of fluids and suncream.
Disappointing compared to what we'd hoped. We started with breakfast which was good quality apart from two things. If you're concerned with conservation of endangered species then ditch the plastic straws. We can drink from glasses without accessories. Also if you are going to charge over 3 quid for a flat white then it needs to be better than Starbucks not far worse. Good points were the interaction with the animals and the clear information about them. Okay equipment was great apart from the zip wire that doesn't have a zip or wire! Come on Jimmy. Give it some backbone. Lastly how about talking about how agriculture for beef products is driving so many species to extinction. I want to see David's Farm... As in David Attenborough. He'd get the message across to children about how to protect these wonderful animals