Corona Virus Pandemic: FARM CLOSURE 20th MARCH ONWARDS.


Given the unprecedented COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation, the safety of our teams and guests remain our number one priority and we are continuing to closely follow the advice of Public Health England and the UK Government and have made the difficult desicion to keep the farm closed.

Our farm will remain CLOSED until further notice.

As the situation develops, the safety of our teams and guests and animals will remain of the highest importance and we will continue to inform you with the latest updates through our email and social media channels. 

We are working closely with our vets to ensure that our animals are kept well, and luckily, there are no known cases in pigs.


You must provide the original booking confirmation, order number, date & time. So that we can add you to the waiting list to be rebooked. 

If you have done this already with us, then you do not need to re-submit.

We can not issue a new date for a rebooking as we do not know the time frame of how long this will go on for. This is why we have the waiting list in place. This will allow us to reach out to everyone who has been in contact regarding a rebook. Again, please provide all original details so that we can track your order. 

Please do this all by email, please do not call as we are experiencing an influx of calls at this time and we can keep track of your order better on email. We have also reduced our admin staff drastically so there is limited coverage.

We appreciate your patience during this time.

We shall be updating our social media pages if anything changes.



Twitter: @kewlittlepigsuk

As well as our website:

If anything urgently needs to be communicated then we shall reissue a new statement by email.

We appreciate your support and understanding during these unusual times.

Stay safe and look after one another.  

For more information on COVID-19, please visit the Department of Health & Social Care website.


We are looking for volunteers & support during this time.

If you are able to give us an hour - 3 hours of your time this will help us immensely. Please email with the subject heading: VOLUNTEER. So that we can send you a volunteer pack on how you can how us here at the farm. We are looking for 18+, with own transport and a passion for animals. This will require outdoor working in all weathers to help with the basic care & welfare of our pigs. 





As reputable breeders we do everything we can to protect the safety of our visitors and adhere to all environmental health and safety guidelines. 
This information has been gathered from the code of practise which can be found here.
We conduct extensive risk assessments on all aspects of our farm to ensure the safety of all of our visitors, staff and animals. 
If you are pregnant we suggest getting advice from your midwife before coming to the farm. People with low immunity and very young and elderly generations should also limit touching the animals and thoroughly wash your hands and feet. 
This information is a precaution only

All visitors must use the foot sanitising mats when entering the farm, located at the car park and by the farm office gate. They must also sanitise/wash hands on arrival and before leaving. They must also use warm water and wash their hands in the facilities which are around the farm and in the toilets.