If you've been enjoying episodes of Clarkson's Farm recently and day dreaming about the farming life then now's your chance to give it a go.

Kenton Hall Farm near Debenham will be swinging open its tractor doors on Sunday, June 9, for a free open day.

The event will feature a farmers' market, tractor and trailer rides, a pop-up tea room and hot food.

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There will also be a machinery area where you can learn how all the equipment works and an animal area where you can pet the animals, ride the donkeys and walk alpacas. 

The farm and its businesses have been managed by members of the McVeigh family since 1986 having previously farmed in the Isle of Man and Northern Ireland.

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The farm is currently run by Tom McVeigh along with his business partners, Lucy Davenport, who looks after the farm, and Emily Aitchison, who runs the cookery school, glamping site and wedding venue. 

East Anglian Daily Times: Emily Aitchison, left, Lucy Davenport, middle, Tom McVeigh, right.Emily Aitchison, left, Lucy Davenport, middle, Tom McVeigh, right. (Image: Kenton Hall Estate)

In a post announcing their new open day event, the farm said "We are excited to be opening our farm as part of the LEAF initiative on Sunday 9th June and combining it with our successful food fair"

"Come and find out what happens behind the scenes at Kenton Hall farm, see our tractors, and learn about agriculture and the farm environment!"