One Hour Visit - 20% of ticket sales go to SAVE THE CHILDRENSpend a wonderful one hour with our piggies at the farm!
Cost:£24.00 per person
About this experience
Our one hour experiencing is a great way for pig lovers to be introduced to our farm. Spend your first 15 minutes on a guided tour where you'll be introduced to all our piggies and then enjoy the remainder of your time petting and playing with them!
In conjunction with Christmas jumper day 2018 and the celebration of the 2019 year of the Pig, £4.00 from the sale of our One Hour Visits will be donated to Save the Children between December 2018 - December 2019.
“The Save the Children Fund is a charity registered in England and Wales (213890) and Scotland (SC039570)”
While visiting, you will be able to get inside our pig pens, getting up close to real life pigs. You will be able to groom and play with them.
You will get a 15-minute introduction by a member of staff who will introduce themselves and all the pigs by name, also giving a small talk about them. The remainder of the time can be spent with our miniature pigs, getting to know their personalities and having fun with them!
Give them a good groom – they’ll be your piggy friends for life! Selfie seekers are always welcome as our pigs love the spotlight and can strike a pose!
Our miniature pigs come in all shapes and sizes each with a unique personality which will add to your experience!
On a visit please ensure that you dress accordingly, especially in the winter months, please wear wellies and old clothes.
Please arrive 10 minutes prior to your visit to park, walk up to the tables in the field and check in with a member of staff where visitors need to use hand gels and have a safety talk (visible from the car park.) Please have your order number from your booking confirmation ready.
Please read our terms and conditions before booking
Children need to be accompanied and supervised by paying adults. Under 3’s are free, Children are 3-15 and Adults are 16 and over. Carers of disabled children/ adults attend for free. Spectators will also need to purchase for this visit.