Spring lambs born in Edgworth

Higher Level Apprentice James Brindle looks after the new-born lambs. Pictures by Richard Holton

Higher Level Apprentice James Brindle looks after the new-born lambs. Pictures by Richard Holton

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THESE adorable little lambs were the first of the spring arrivals at the Wellbeing Farm in Edgworth.

The woolly babies uttered their first baaas on Monday and are expected to be joined by dozens more over the coming weeks.

Every spring visitors flock to the farm for the lambing season hoping to catch a glimpse of the eight ewes giving birth.

The lambs are not usually given a name, but staff made an exception for little Floppsy and Barbara, the first two to arrive this year.

James Brindle, a higher level apprentice at the Wellbeing Farm, said: “It’s a really busy time of year for us and we’re expecting lots of visitors at the weekends.”

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