AN ABERGELE farm has re-opened as lockdown restrictions begin to ease throughout Wales.

The popular Manorafon Farm Park is now welcoming guests back after being closed for months.

From opportunities to feed the animals to whizzing around the site on quad bikes, there's something for everyone to do at Manorafon, which is located on Llanddulas Road.

However, the way the business operates, just like with several other businesses across the region has changed.

Farm owner Jules Arrowsmith said: "You can be sure to have lots of family fun in a safe controlled environment when visiting Manorafon Farm Park.

"Some of the measures we have put in place to keep everyone safe include; essential online pre-booking, timed entry slots, drive through admission, protective screens, lots of handwashing and sanitiser stations and enhanced and frequent cleaning.

"We are thrilled to be able to open to visitors again, our animals have certainly missed everyone!"

Also on site is the Reptile Hut and a new tunnel play area, as well as a chance to ride some go-karts.

Manorafon's new socially distanced animal handling allows the whole family to get up close to baby bunnies and guinea pigs.

The park's beach is also returning for 2020, allowing visitors to have fun on the sand, run the Sprinkler Dash and wade through the Foam Funnel.