Daisy Made Farm reopened its outdoor areas to the public last week with a new addition: a brand new crazy golf course.
The original golf course had been in place for around 12 years and, despite being refurbished several times, was coming to the end of its natural life.
Owner and director, Matt Scarborough, said: “It’s nice to give people a new course which is up to scratch”.
The new golf course, which is a significant investment for the company, cost considerably more than the original golf course.
The golf course, which was supplied by an external company, was created with extensive feedback from those at Daisy Made and the artwork was supplied by local artist Mel Langton.
Daisy Made has undergone extensive refurbishments in the past 5 years and there has been investment in the play area, animal areas, car park, entrance and exit gates to improve traffic flow and an extension to the café.
Daisy Made stayed open throughout lockdown with a takeaway service due to its drive through facility.
Daisy Made, which is located in Skellingthorpe, has been a Lincoln staple since it opened in 1992 and plans to celebrate its 30th birthday next year.