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Feb
28

Open Every Day!

Goat kid and piglet

We are now open 7 days a week from 10am to 5pm and have some very special new arrivals to meet you!

The days are getting just a little longer and It’s time to shake off those winter blues, dig out the wellies and enjoy some Pennywell Farm fun! You never know, we might even be able to muster up some sunshine.

You’ll love our early spring babies with lambs, goat kids and piglets as well as giving our familiar friendly animals their first visitor cuddles of the season.

lambs with winter coats on

Spring lambs keeping warm

Bottle feed the lambs and goat kids, race the ferrets, cuddle the piglets, walk a goat – there’s a new activity every half hour to keep you entertained.

We have acres of space to picnic and play in Noahs Barn which is now home to our new giant bouncy castles – fantastic for children with boundless energy and a great place to enjoy a coffee while the little ones let off some steam.

Noah's Barn

Acres of space to picnic and play

Four ‘farmtastic’ rides and Crazy Golf are also included in your Pennywell admission ticket.

Buy tickets online and enjoy a day packed full of Pennywell Fun! www.pennywellfarm.co.uk

 

This story appeared on February 28, 2019

12 thoughts on “Open Every Day!

  1. Claudia downing

    Hi there at Pennywell!
    My kids are now 22,21 and 18! We have very fond memories of days at Pennywell! We used to have season tickets. For the last few years we have wanted to return to take a trip down memory lane. It’s a bit expensive for us, especially as we would only stay an hour or so and have lunch, as we’re all oldies now. Would you ever consider giving us a discount? We would be 3 or four of us.
    We live in Totnes.
    Thanks 🙂 Claudia

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    1. Pennywell Post author

      Hi Claudia, we would love to see you but we do not offer discounts. Oldies can have a great day out here – I should know 🙂

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  2. Hannah Cannon

    Good morning
    The farm looks great and i would love to visit with my niece and nephew. My nephew is in a wheelchair, please can you let me know if the place is wheelchair accessible. Thank you
    Hannah

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  3. Yazmine

    Just wanted to say I came today with my mum and toddler and had such a good time even in the rain, so I’ve got a season pass now, the staff are all friendly and welcoming literally thr first thing that happened as i walked thru the door is i jeld a piglet!! I’ve left on a real high and my toddler is thoroughly worn out (So is my mum ha!) Just wanted to say what a lovely farm and so child and toddler friendly thank you!xxx

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  4. Sanda Burcica

    Hi, just wanted to ask when it is best time to come in the following weekends to be able to cuddle very small lambs. My daughter is 4 years old. I was not sure if early spring lambs have already grown up and we shoul wait for the next lot. Thank you

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    1. Pennywell Post author

      Hi Sandra, we have some ‘teenage’ lambs but we are not expecting anymore this year. We do have plenty of cuddly piglets and goat kids though 🙂

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  5. Joanne Kindleysides

    Hello we are from Norfolk but we are going to Devon in August for this yrs holiday, we are hoping to visit sometime that week, could u tell me if the tickets are for a specific date or are they open tickets as we’d try to pick the best day according to the weather, wanted to book in advance thankyou Mrs Kindleysides

    P.s pls don’t take any notice of my email I love pigs 😜🐷🐷

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    1. Pennywell Post author

      The tickets are valid for one visit, anytime this season so you are not committed to a specific day. I might keep your address a secret from our piglets 🙂

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  6. Penny

    Hello.
    We are coming to Devon W/c 27 th July for a week. If I buy tickets on line do we have to state what day we are coming ? 6 adults and 3 und 5 ‘s
    Thanks

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    1. Pennywell Post author

      Hi Helen, no you don’t. tickets are valid for one visit anytime this season. Hope to see you soon.

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