These little pigs came to live in Latimer Minster
Amy Coward and Olivia Mikhail and a resting micropig Patrick
MINI pigs have made a historic farm their home after appearing on the small screen.
Kew Little Pigs held a launch day on Saturday, as it moved in to its new home at Latimer Minster, at Stampwell Farm, between Beaconsfield and Gerrards Cross.
The micro pig breeder is housing 14 pigs, including eight piglets, on a three-acre plot among the cherry and plum orchards.
The land is owned by Latimer Minster church, which is leading a project to restore the Saxon era farm. The pigs have starred in Channel 5’s The Secret Lives of Pets and one named Boe appeared in Britain’s Next Top Model.
Owner Olivia Mikhail said: “Saturday was our launch and now we’re open for people to come and play with the pigs, learn how to keep them or buy them.
“It all started because I went to the church after hearing they may have land, it’s taken eight weeks to get it ready but we’re all set up now.
“We’re probably the biggest micropig farm in England.”
CUTE: (Above and below) Olivia Mikhail and a piglet, and out on the road
FAMILY OUTING: Scarlet and her piglets