May 2024 – Incredible Eggs in the press; read all about it!

Without wishing to ‘crow’, we think we offer something pretty special here at Incredible Eggs – and it’s lovely to know that those who book with us feel the same way!

Below are some recent Incredible Eggs stories from the last couple of months. We thank everyone for their kind words and were absolutely delighted to ‘read all about it’!

Please click the links to read the full articles and see all the wonderful photographs.

‘Feathered friends bring joy to care home residents’

“There was a real buzz around the Home and our residents and staff had so much fun caring for the chicks, watching them hatch and grow. It also prompted stories from residents who had fond memories of keeping chickens when they were growing up.” – Yahoo News/East Anglian Daily Times, 12/4/24

‘Buckinghamshire care home’s eggs-tra special Easter surprise’

“The hatching of the ducklings at Portobello Place has been a delightful experience for our residents. Seeing these birds up close has sparked interesting conversations and provided a calming, sensory experience. It’s fascinating to see how such interactions can brighten up the residents’ day and offer a moment of relaxation and joy. ” – The Bucks Herald, 8/4/24

‘Pupils raise Easter ducklings at Oriel Academy’

“Incredible Eggs provided educational resources and instructions when they delivered the kit along with a contact number for additional support: “They made it really easy for us to enjoy the experience,” says Kelly. “For many of our pupils, it was the first time they’d interacted with a living creature; ducklings are very sweet natured so it was a great introduction for them.”  –  The Borough of Hounslow Herald,  22/3/24

‘New ducklings bring spring joy at Belong Macclesfield’

“The residents have taken to looking after our ducklings like a duck to water! It has been incredibly moving to see them stroke them and welcome them into their home. It has also contributed to the vibrant spring feeling as children have come especially to see the ducklings.” – Warwickshire World, 3/4/24

‘Baby chicks bring joy to Bury care home residents’

“The benefits of spending time with animals for older people are immense. Research has shown that having something to pet or touch can result in lower blood pressure, better heart rate and reduced stress. Pets can provide emotional stability during stressful situations, helping to reduce anxiety and depression.” –, 11.4/24


It’s not too late to book an Incredible Eggs hatching kit for 2024 – we still have availability across England and Scotland, especially in the summer months – please click here for our Prices/Booking/Contact page.