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Spring has sprung at Pennywell!

It must be spring! The days are getting longer, the sun has finally put his hat on and the farm is bursting with spring baby animals.

We’re open every day from 10am to 5pm with a full day of fun to enjoy. Meet lambs, goat kids and piglets as well as some of the farm’s more established residents like our Alpaca’s Tommy and Tigger and Shire horse Fusilier, who turns 30 this year.

Pig racing is every day at 2.30pm, bottle feeding happens twice a day at 11.30am and 4pm and there are 4 FREE farm rides to fit into the day as well. Visiting during the week this spring is perfect for couples or those with very young children and it’s a great opportunity to get close up with the animals and join the activities at a gentler pace. Weekends are action packed and we have different entertainers every Saturday and Sunday to add to the mix.

There are some great events lined up this year as well. Superheroes can don their fancy dress for Superhero day on Sat 28 April. There will be a fancy dress parade with a prize for the best superhero plus games and quizzes to find out all about the Superheroes of the Farmyard.

The Pennywell Pursuit is on Saturday 5th May, comprising a 10k trail run and a 1 mile fun run for all the family. Register HERE

To finish the month of May, we have a very special week planned for half term as we celebrate all things Unicorn. From 26 may to 1 June, you can enjoy everything Pennywell has to offer plus the chance to meet Merlin, our resident ‘Unicorn’ for the week as well as joining in with some Unicorn themed activities. Buy admission tickets for Unicorn week and we’ll give every child with an online ticket, a FREE Unicorn hot chocolate.

Hope to see you soon!

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