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This long established farm animal petting attraction, here at prickly ball farm we rescue, rehabilitate, and release our native hedgehog back to the wild once they are fit and well, All the good work that we do here is all self funded, so your...more
Prickly Ball Farm Denbury Road | East Ogwell, Newton Abbot TQ12 6BZ, England
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I was going to Prickly ball farm with my 3 grandchildren then found out
on Facebook that it closed on Monday 3rd September , I were so surprised
because it was such a lovely place to visit and I thought it was very popular
I visited with my son his wife and 3 children’s aged 9,4 and 2 we were there for 4 hours and all the children were entertained the whole time. Greet the animals was really impressive the staff are knowledgable and work well with the animals...More
What a wonderful attraction we stumbled across, ample play area/items to tire out an little scamps. The animal talks/deeds are every 30mins and vary in species, staff are well informed and interacted with us really well. We fed pigs and goats, handled ferrets, petted hedgehogs....More
For a family of 4, we paid £25 and found that to be a reasonable charge. The farm is small but most animals had a decent space and the park and indoor play barn were of decent quality too. Where the farm really benefits were...More
Our family from ages 2 to over 60 love this little hidden golden gem.
Great day out for the whole family, we loved it. Feeding the animals the little indoor play area.
Lovely warm scones with cream and jam on a hedgehog board was quite...More
Three adults paid £7.95 each to accompany our son/grandson who is 18 months to this farm having seen that there were lots of small animals there. Unfortunately very few of these seemed to be on view and there was little interaction possible. Few animals in...More