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Lambing Season 2024

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As Spring arrives the lambing season is rapidly approaching. Here is a list of places you could visit some lambs this springtime.

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Lambs and mum

Fleecy Frolics, Merrist Wood, Guildford: Fleecy Frolics Lambing Weekend. 20th April 2024, 12 – 4pm and 21st April 2024, 10am – 4pm. Click here to book.

Miller’s Ark Animals, Hook: You can enjoy lambing season as a family or visit during one of the adult-only sessions. Whilst you are there, there are plenty of other animals to cuddle as well. Only select dates available so please visit the website for further details and to book tickets. 

Cotswolds Farm Park, Cheltenham: Lambing and Kidding events are included in park entry from 9th February – 14th April 2024. Over 800 lambs are expected to be born. Visit the website for further information.

Foxglove Farm, Inkpen – Lambing Weekend, 6th and 7th April 2024. £7pp for adults and £3pp for children. Tractor tours, local food and crafts. Click here for their website.

Lambs at the farm
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