BARN doors at a farm near Wallingford are “leaking and damaged” due to the storm in February.

Smelly Wellies petting farm, in Woodcote, said the barn has got to a “critical stage” with the roof also damaged.

Herald Series: The barn doors and roof are leaking and damaged.The barn doors and roof are leaking and damaged.

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Fencing around the site also needs replacing along with general maintenance to keep the animals and visitors safe.  

The farm hopes to raise £1,000 to repair the damage. Vikki Edwards, from Smelly Wellies, said: “We’re so passionate about what we offer here and are devastated by the damage.

Herald Series: The farm's alpacas, Boris and Al.The farm's alpacas, Boris and Al.

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“We have worked so hard to build a unique and therapeutic space and know that we’re helping so many people and offering a safe and happy home to animals - we are struggling to fix the damage.”

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