See the new spring lambs at Myerscough’s Lambing Weekends
Myerscough College’s Lee Farm will again be open to the public this spring for its ever popular Lambing Weekends.
Following on from the tremendous success of previous events, Myerscough College is holding two open weekends in February for the spring lambing season. Visitors can get the chance to watch lambs being born, hold them and learn about how they are looked after at Myerscough College’s Lee Farm in Bilsborrow. There will also be children’s arts and craft activities taking place in the barn on each day.
Peter Cotterill, Myerscough College’s School’s Co-ordinator, commented: “These weekends are always popular and provide a fun day out for all the family. The children love to see the lambs and, as always, there will be plenty of activities for them to do. The weekends are normal working days for the farm so it is a great chance to see the daily shepherd duties and learn about farm life.”
The farm is open to the public on Saturday 19th February and Sunday 20th February and on Saturday 26th February and Sunday 27th February from 10.30am till 3.30pm (Last entry at 3pm). Admission is just £3 per adult and £1per child including refreshments (Under 5s free).
For further information about the Lambing Weekends at Lee Farm please call 01995 642222, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.myerscough.ac.uk.
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