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A Summer of Fun at Pennywell Farm

Summer at Pennywell Farm

Get ready for a summer of fun on the farm. There is no excuse for boredom this summer, slap on the sunscreen, pack your bag and head to Pennywell. The team here will do the rest.

Goat kids at Pennywell

Devon’s friendliest day out

Make the most of your day and arrive for opening at 10am, meet your Pennywell Activity Farmer for the day and get stuck in to hands on activities, shows, displays and rides. There is something new happening every half hour, just listen for the bell.

Meet hundreds of friendly farm animals and pets, cheer on the Pennywell miniature pigs in the afternoon pig race and enjoy some of the most spectacular views that Devon has to offer.

You can cuddle a piglet, race a ferret, pamper a pint-sized pony, take a dip in the Pennywell ponds or take in a round of crazy golf – it’s all included in one admission price.

Enjoy lunch in our Café or bring a picnic; either way you get to see some of the best views in Devon, looking over to Dartmoor and the Dart Valley.

There’s something new to look out for on our tractor and trailer ride this summer with the arrival of two highland calves, out in the sunshine enjoying life with their mums.

Shetland and chicken

Farmyard Friends

Additional entertainment comes from our team of top class entertainers in the Big Show every day at 1pm and 3pm.

Dates for the diary – The annual sheepdog trials at Pennywell will take place on Wednesday 1 August. See more than 40 dogs and handlers put through their paces, all included in your Pennywell admission.

If the weather does decide to turn ‘British’ on us, there is acres of indoor space, plus if it rains during your visit we will give you a FREE return ticket to come and do it all over again.

Just off the A38 near Buckfastleigh, it’s so easy to enjoy Devon’s friendliest day out. Book tickets now!

This story appeared on July 18, 2018

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