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A Special Treat for Mums at Pennywell – Devon Tourist Attraction

All mums visiting Pennywell Farm Tourist attraction in Devon this Mothering Sunday 6th March, will be treated to a FREE cream tea, courtesy of Pennywell.

It’s in recognition of all the hard work you mums put in throughout the year, so come along to the farm, enjoy a relaxing day out and meet some of the special animal mums on the farm.

With lambs, goat kids, piglets and dozens of pet babies, there are certainly some busy mums at Pennywell.

To give you a break and entertain the children, Hat McKool will be here with his unique brand of entertainment and laughter with shows at 1pm and 3pm.  Plus there are four farm rides and a different hands on animal activity, show or display every half an hour, all included in the admission price.

Happy Mothers Day!

 

This story appeared on March 1, 2016

2 thoughts on “A Special Treat for Mums at Pennywell – Devon Tourist Attraction

  1. Theresa honeywill

    I treat my grandchildren to a yearly pass as I love Pennywell. I am struggling to get access to the special discount vouchers this year which U.S. Disappointing.
    Can you help with any special deals as I am now retired!!
    Thank you for all the amazing happiness you provide for my grandchildren…you give them a wonderful experience

    Reply
    1. Pennywell Post author

      Hi Theresa and thank you for your lovely comments. I’m not quite sure what discount vouchers you mean as we don’t offer any discounts on our yearly pass. I’d be happy to chat to you if you want to give me a call on: 01364 642023.
      Valerie

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