Looking for an alternative Gift?

Your adoption money will go towards looking after the Alpaca you have chosen, feeding, vaccinations, hay and injections and anything else they may need throughout the year. 

It is very simple to do and will bring a smile to your loved ones on any special occasion. From Weddings to Christmas, Birthday to leaving present, it an exciting and unique present to receive . Just follow the 3 easy steps below.

  1. Choose the package you require.

  2. Choose your favourite Lythe Brow baby from their brief bios below.

  3. Contact us to arrange payment....... then just sit back and enjoy this fantastic experience.

Basic Package:

  • Adoption certificate including your personalised message valid for 12 months

  • Photograph sent to email or address

  • Fact sheet about Alpacas

  • Profile about your chosen Alpaca

  • Sample of your chosen Alpaca’s fleece

  • Quarterly email updates about what your chosen Alpaca has been up to, including pictures

 

Price £24 payable by direct balance transfer please email lythebrowalpacas@yahoo.com

Premium Package:

  • Adoption certificate including your personalised message valid for 12 months

  • Photograph sent to email or address

  • Fact sheet about Alpacas

  • Profile about your chosen Alpaca

  • Sample of your chosen Alpaca’s fleece

  • Quarterly email updates about what your chosen Alpaca has been up to, including pictures

  • Plus ……An invitation to come and meet your chosen Alpaca at Lythe Brow Farm in Lancaster twice throughout the 12 month period (by prior arrangement) to see for yourself how they are growing and developing and you will get to meet the rest of the herd.

 

Price £42 payable by balance transfer please email  lythebrowalpacas@yahoo.com

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Quernmore
Lancaster
Lancashire
United Kingdom
LA2 9LZ.

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Arya

Arya is the cutest little girl, born here at Lythe Brow in July 2017. Arya is partly bottle fed and is very friendly, she comes running over in the field just to see what you are up to and if you have any food.