Micro-pigs (or teacup pigs as they are better known) are the on trend pet to covet at the moment – although there have been many stories of people thinking they have bought one of these little bundles of joy, only to find that they have been duped, and their perfect little piglet has grown to an enormous size!
Yelp and Pet Piggies have come up with a brilliant pop up idea for micro-pig education and fun at London’s first ‘Pop-Up Pignic’. The event provides visitors with a hands-on evening of information on looking after micro-pets, in the hope that fewer animals will be abandoned in the future. The London Pignic will be a themed event including a curated picnic, a pig-themed cocktail masterclass, and a pig film at the end of the evening. The evening will also raise money for animal welfare charities.
The dates for the Pop-Up Pignics are 21 & 22 May 22 (6-10pm) and 23 – 25 May (2-6pm).
The venue is The Proud Archivist, Hertford Road, N1 – a fantastic setting on the banks of Regents Canal.
Tickets for the events are to be allocated by ballot on 14th May and all you have to do is RSVP to Yelp on the link below:
And if you miss out on a ticket you can see the pigs in their pen through a giant window on Regents Canal at any time during the five days.