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Spring Lambing Weekends

Lambing Weekends March 2019

We have four weekends in March and when our visitors can come to see our lambs being born.
The lambing sheds will be open Saturdays and Sundays, between the 9th and the 31st of March.
The lambing sheds are all under cover, but we would recommend warm coats and wellington boots, for the safety of our visitors we use a nearby field for car parking, this can be a little muddy underfoot if the weather is wet.

Please note that it is not recommended for pregnant ladies to enter the lambing sheds, food must not be consumed in the lambing sheds. Please ensure that you wash your hands throughly after your visit, especially if you have touched an animal, and before eating food. Hand washing facilities are provided in the main toilets, and the toilets in the restaurant. Anti-bacterial hand gel is provided free for all visitors, please remember to make sure children wash their hands thoroughly after their visit.

The whole Centre will open as normal over these weekends, with free entrance and ample free car parking. There will however be a small charge of £2 per person to enter the lambing sheds.
The lambing sheds will open between 10.00am & 4.30pm.
Unfortunately, due to our reliance on mother nature, we cannot guarantee how many lambs will be born or when. However, you are welcome to stay as long as you like during your visit, we hope you will be lucky!

Lambing weekends for 2019;

Saturday 9th & Sunday 10th March
Saturday 16th & Sunday 17th March
Saturday 23rd & Sunday 24th March
Saturday 30th & Sunday 31st March

We regret that entrance to the lambing sheds outside these dates and times is not possible due to the danger of day to day farming activities, and the movement of livestock and machinery.

Due to the on-going risk of disease amongst flocks in various parts of the UK, we reserve the right to cancel these weekends on health grounds, or the on recommendations of DEFRA.

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Keeping these sheep in order is very tiring work
Spring lambs and their mothers.