See the new lambs at Saffron Walden High School Farm Club open day on Easter Saturday

07:05 16 April 2014

The new crop of lambs will be on show at the Saffron Walden High School Famr Club open day, on Easter Saturday (April 19), from 2-4pm.

Visitors will be able to see the lambs, the new calf Amethyst, and other animals on the school farm, including Dexter cattle, Ryeland Sheep, pygmy goats and free range chickens.

Youngsters will be able to see the ferrets in the small livestock area, and will be able to handle rabbits and guinea pigs in Pet’s Corner.

There will also be an Easter Egg Hunt, raffle and produce stall. Light refreshments will be available.

Entrance is £3 per family.

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