A trio of sows are ready to show off their adorable piglets this Easter at an Amersham attraction.

Proud mums Mia and Tina have just given birth, and Peanut is due during the Easter holidays, so Kew Little Pigs in Amersham is running a 'Piglet Predictions' competition in the run up to the latest happy event.

The popular attraction at Old Amersham Farm made headlines last year, when it was revealed that amorous boar Blanket had been sneakily jumping over a fence to impregnate sows, even breaking a bench in the process.

But this latest round of offspring is happily more planned than the last, and when they are ready they will go to new homes as pets.

Bucks Free Press: Families could spot new-born piglets over the Easter. Families could spot new-born piglets over the Easter.

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Olivia Mikhail, owner of Kew Little Pigs (pictured), said: "We always get excited about the Easter holidays, but this year it is going to be extra special because we have three litters of piglets, gorgeous new arrivals to look forward to.

"Stay tuned to our Instagram and Facebook for the 'Piglet Prediction' competition for Peanut's brood, it's a nice way to involve all our new and existing visitors in the happy event."

Bucks Free Press: Olivia Mikhail with a piglet. Olivia Mikhail with a piglet.
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Throughout the Easter holidays families can visit the attraction and see the piglets as well as learn all about the farm's resident adorable adult pigs. 

She added: "We love teaching the next generation all about pig keeping.

"Pigs really do make the best pets, and it's lovely to see the looks on the children's faces when they get to meet the pigs face to face."

The farm is doing a special Easter offer on family tickets, where four tickets cost a reduced rate of £100. 

All visits to the farm must be booked in advance, as visits are by appointment only. 

Find out more about Kew Little Pigs here