Children's Pig Keeper Days
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Spend a day at the KLP farm learning how to be a pig keeper, getting stuck in with farm tasks and getting your hands mucky! End the day with piggy playtime, hot chocolate and a goodie bag!
Ages 7 years - 16 years ONLY
"Harrison absolutely loved his experience. He has been telling everyone what he had done. The feeding, games, playing with the piggies even the cleaning out.....he loved every second of it there. He said his favourite was feeding the piglets and having the pigs following him around when he went in to brush them; ‘They love me, and I love them’ he said. Kew Little Pigs is one of his favourite places he’s ever been too and no doubt he will become a regular. Thank you so much again"
"I just wanted to let you know what a lovely day Theo and Toby had. Thank you so much! They really enjoyed their time with the pigs and didn’t even mind the mucking out!! When I came to collect the boys they were so excited to show me around and introduce me to the gorgeous pigs. Theo has visited a few times in the past and was delighted to see Gizmo once more."
2023 Dates Available:
- Monday and Tuesday only !
- 3rd April, 4th April, 10th April, 11th April, 29th May, 30th May, 24th July, 25th July.
Timings: 9:00am - 3:30pm
Cost: £80 per child (aged 7 - 16 years)
- Full day of activities
- Biscuits & Drinks
- Piggy Pack to take home including:
- Piggy Floating Pen
- Piglet Buddy Soft Toy
- Fact Sheet
- Ice Cream at the end of the day
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"What a fun day! I really enjoyed it. I loved bottle feeding the little runt piglets and learning all about them. The piglets kept escaping which was so funny and it was so much fun helping to catch them again. All the people were so helpful and I really enjoyed the ice cream! Definitely recommend to animal lovers."
"Lucy had the most amazing day as a pig keeper at Kew Little Pigs. The team there were really friendly and taught her a lot about keeping and looking after the pigs. The pigs themselves are quite naughty, and the children spent a lot of time chasing them around, laughing at their antics. Lucy also enjoyed meeting the chickens and ducks, and came home with a few eggs too which was lovely. She wants to come back every day and do it again. Thanks so much"