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*****2023 Adopters*****

Did you adopt one of our residents in 2023?  Our adoption process changed at the end of 2023.  So if you adopted in 2023, you will have received a membership card that allows you to visit up to four times in the year, without needing to book in advance.  Simply come along to a tour on Saturday or Sunday on non-event days, and show your membership card on the gate.  This only applies to adoptions from 2023.  Any non-adopters must book in the usual way.

Pigs in the Wood rely on volunteers, donations and adoptions to be able to care for the pigs and other residents.
Adoptions cost just £25.00 for one year and you can adopt any one of our residents. 
You will receive a personalised certificate with a photo, a personal card from your chosen resident, a voucher for a free hot drink and cake from JenJen's cafe, a sticker and a leaflet.  If you order from our online shop you will also receive a coupon via email to be redeemed against one visit to be taken during the adoption year.  Coupons are sent to the person placing the order, so if you are buying an adoption as a gift for someone else, you can choose to forward the coupon on to them (or keep it for yourself).  The coupon can be redeemed against one visit booked online.  It can not be redeemed against any other items from our shop or from events.

Adoption certificates also make great gifts for animal loving friends and family!  
If you wish to renew your adoption, please adopt again using the normal process.  However, to avoid duplication, we suggest you choose another animal to adopt.  Why not see how many you can collect!?!

How to Adopt

We now have an online shop where you can adopt!

  1. Choose a resident from the pictures below.

  2. Visit our online shop to order your adoption pack.

  3. Please allow a minimum of 10 days from our confirmation email for your pack to arrive.  All packs are posted second class to keep costs as low as possible.

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Who Will You Adopt?

Choose one (or more) of the residents, click their images below and find out their names, stories and how the wood became their home.

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