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Jul
11

Open for Pre-booked Visits!

It’s so good to be back!

We are following a phased reopening In line with the latest government guidelines and can’t wait to welcome you back.

Our team has been busy preparing the farm to ensure that we can uphold social distancing and we have implemented a number of safety measures to keep you safe. You can see full details of how we are keeping you safe HERE.

Numbers on-site are strictly limited and we have split the day into morning and afternoon time slots to spread visitors throughout the day and ensure there is plenty of space for everyone.

ALL visitors, including season ticket holders, will need to book their tickets online in advance. The day will therefore work a little differently and our activity schedule will be different to normal as well. The great news is that with the first week under our belt the feedback from visitors has been really positive.

It’s been amazing to have visitors at the farm once again and we hope to see many more of you over the coming weeks. Book tickets button

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22 thoughts on “Open for Pre-booked Visits!

    1. Pennywell Post author

      Hi Abbie
      It is on twice a day so that you can enjoy both whether you visit in the morning or the afternoon.

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    1. Pennywell Post author

      Hi Kate
      Yes, you can but you do need to book your visit online beforehand as we are restricted as to how many visitors we can have on site at a time. If you go to the online ticket page, there is a facility for season ticket holders to book.
      Hope to see you soon 🙂

      Reply
  1. Jessica

    Hello! I’m thinking of booking a visit towards the end of July with my partner. Are we still able to touch the pigs or is that forbidden at the moment due to covid?

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    1. Pennywell Post author

      Hi Jessica
      I’m afraid that we are not handling the animals at the moment to avoid contact between visitors and our team. I’m pleased to say though that you can still meet and stroke our lovely miniature pigs and all the other animals.

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    1. Pennywell Post author

      Hi Danielle
      Hi Shannon
      I’m afraid that we are not handling the animals at the moment to avoid contact between visitors and our team. I’m pleased to say though that you can still meet and stroke our lovely miniature pigs.

      Reply
    1. Pennywell Post author

      Hi Shannon
      I’m afraid that we are not handling the animals at the moment to avoid contact between visitors and our team. I’m pleased to say though that you can still meet and stroke our lovely miniature pigs.

      Reply
    1. Pennywell Post author

      Hi Yvonne
      At the moment we are not handling any of the animals to avoid contact between visitors and team but you can still see and stroke all of the miniature pigs.

      Reply
  2. Peter Austin

    Hi there! As regular visitors aer looking forward to next visit to Pennywell. Question. is your café open??? Best wishes Pete Austin.

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    1. Pennywell Post author

      Hi Pete
      The main Cafe remains closed at the moment but we do have snacks, pasties, pies etc available from our Coffee Cabin and Noah’s Barn.
      We look forward to seeing you!

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  3. Catherine

    Good Morning Pennywell,

    Please can you tell me what time the scheduled activities are on for a 9am-1pm day booking, including egg collecting.

    Many thanks

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    1. Pennywell Post author

      09.00 – Meet your Pennywell Farmer
      09.30 – Rides open
      10.00 – Egg collecting
      10.30 – Ferret racing
      11.00 – Deer feeding
      11.30 – Pond dipping (Entertainer weekends and school holidays)
      12.00 Last rides (Entertainer weekends and school holidays)
      12.30 – Pig racing
      13.00 Home time

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    1. Pennywell Post author

      Hi Jenny, our outdoor play areas are open but our bouncy castles will remain closed for the time baing.

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