PICTURES: Meet Princess and her piglets
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Honiton Community College welcomes the arrival of 10 piglets.
Honiton Community College has welcomed the pitter patter of tiny trotters with the arrival 10 piglets.
Princess the 11-month-old British lop-eared pig gave birth to her first litter of piglets on Sunday, May 5, in her new home at the college’s woodland area.
Finance director Gary Wills said: “Mum and piglets are doing well. Princess is a very calm mother.”
Princess and her piglets are expected to stay at the college until the summer holidays and will be used to enahnce learning opportunities for students.
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The woodland site is still undergoing a transformation and students have been discussing how they would like to use the area. It is hoped a pond can be set up shortly.
Anyone who can help develop the area or can provide financial help or expertise is urged to call Mr Wills on 01404 42283.
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