Latest News


Bank Holiday Fun!

Pennywell Piglets

To add to your summer of fun here on the farm we have another litter of Pennywell piglets born just in time for the Bank Holiday Weekend. Mum Bella produced her five piglets in the early hours of Thursday morning.

This is in addition to the two litters born at the beginning of the month so plenty of piggy cuddles are guaranteed! Mums Charlotte and Becki produced 14 piglets between them and both mums and their offspring are doing well.

The summer holidays are in full swing and Pennywell has plenty of action lined up for so there is no excuse for boredom! A full day of half hourly activities, shows, displays and entertainers, hundreds of friendly animals to meet and four farm rides are all included in one admission price.

Arrive at 10am if you can, meet your activity farmer for the day, take a pic of the activity board and make the most of a whole day of action packed animal fun.

Pond dipping, miniature pig racing, goat milking, ferret racing  . . .  the list is endless. You can even take a goat for a walk or try out some pig agility! We have a huge variety of friendly farm animals, from the mighty to the miniature, for you to get acquainted with and a different hands on animal activity every half hour.

Activities, Pennywell Farm, Devon Tourist Attraction

Check the activity board                                                                                                                                                           

Pig racing is every afternoon at 2.30pm and at 1pm and 3pm every day you can enjoy fantasticc family entertainers in the Pennywell theatre at our Big Show.

It all adds up to a great day, whatever the weather but even if it rains, don’t panic as we will give you a FREE wet weather return ticket to come and see us again.

Pennywell is open 7 days a week from 10am to 5pm.

Treat your family to a full day of Pennywell Fun this Bank Holiday Weeekend. The Pennywell team promise you a full day of hands on animal fun – guaranteed.


This story appeared on August 23, 2019

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

The details we collect here are used for the sole purpose of posting your comment on this article. Your information is stored securely in the websites database and is not transferred or stored elsewhere. It will be stored in this way for the lifespan of this article.

Your name and comment will be displayed publicly on the website. Your email address is required to help avoid anonymous or abusive comments and is never publicly displayed.

Of course, we never, ever, share your information with any third parties. For more details, please read our privacy policy.