By Chris Lewis - 3rd April 2012 8:50am
Many thanks for advertising this event. You will be pleased to know that three families came directly from seeing it advertised on the web site, a pretty good hit rate.
We raised £140 which represented the generosity of those who visited.
The children were able to feed biscuits to old friendly ewes and were also able to help bottle feed some of the "top ups". And of course adults and children alike enjoyed hugging a lamb.
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