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Section2 Questions 11-20
Completethe notes below.
WriteONE WORD for each answer.
Fiddy Working Heritage Farm
Adviceabout visiting the farm
ltake care not to harm any 11______
lnot touch any 12______
lnot bring 14______ into the farm, with certain exceptions
Label the map below.
Write the correct letter A-I, next to Questions 15-20
15. Scarecrow ______
16. Maze ______
17. Café ______
18. Black Barn ______
19. Covered picnic area ______
20. Fiddy House ______
Welcome to the Fiddy Working Heritage Farm.This open-air museum gives you the experience of agriculture and rural life inthe English countryside at the end of the nineteenth century. So you’ll see atypical farm of that period, and like me, all the staff are dressed in clothesof that time.
I must give you some advice and safety tipsbefore we go any further. As it’s a working farm, please don’t frighten orinjure the animals. We have a lot here, and many of them are breeds thatare now quite rare.
And do stay at a safe distance from thetools: some of them have sharp points which can be pretty dangerous, so pleasedon’t touch them. We don’t want any accidents, do we?
The ground is very uneven, and you mightslip if you’re wearing sandals so I’m glad to see you’re all wearing shoes –we always advise people to do that.
Now, children of all ages are very welcomehere, and usually even very young children love the ducks and lambs, so dobring them along next time you come.
I don’t think any of you have broughtdogs with you, but in case you have, I’m afraid they’ll have to stay in the carpark, unless they’re guide dogs. I’m sure you’llunderstand that they could cause a lot of problems on a farm.
Now let me give you some idea of the layoutof the farm. The building where you bought your tickets is the New Barn,immediately to your right, and we’re now at the beginning of the main path tothe farmland – and of course the car park is on your left. The scarecrow youcan see in the car park in the corner, beside the main path, is atraditional figure for keeping the birds away from crops, but our scarecrow isa permanent sculpture. It’s taller than a human being, so you can see it fromquite a distance.If you look ahead of you, you’ll see a maze.It’s opposite the New Barn, beside the side path that branches off to the rightjust over there. The maze is made out of hedgeswhich are too tall for young children to see over the, but it’s quite small, soyou can’t get lost in it!
Now, can you see the bridge crossing thefish pool further up the main path? If you want to go to the café, gotowards the bridge and turn right just before it. Walk along the side path andthe café’s on the first bend you come to. The building was originally theschoolhouse, and it’s well over a hundred years old.
As you may know, we run skills workshopshere, where you can learn traditional crafts like woodwork and basket-making.You can see examples of the work, and talk to someone about the courses, in theBlack Bam. If you take the side path to the right here, just by the New Bam,you’ll come to the black Bam just where the path first bends.
Now I mustn’t forget to tell you aboutpicnicking, as I can see some of you have brought your lunch with you. You canpicnic in the field, though do clear up behind you, of course. Or if you’dprefer a covered picnic area, there’s one near the farmyard: just after youcross the bridge, there’s a covered picnic spot on the right.
And the last thing to mention is FiddyHouse itself. From here you can cross the bridge then walk along the footpaththrough the field to the left of the farmyard. That goes to the house, and it’llgive you a lovely view of it. It’s certainly worth a few photographs, but asit’s a private home, I’m afraid you can’t go inside.
Right. Well, ifyou’re all ready, we’ll set off on our tour of the farm.
Section 2,Questions 11-20