Gallery: Dennington pupils head down to the farm for a meeting with new springtime arrivals
- Credit: Gregg Brown
Pupils at an east Suffolk primary school were full of the joys of spring yesterday after meeting the newborn lambs at a nearby farm.
Every class at Dennington Primary School made the seasonal trip to Framlingham Hall Farm where the cute new arrivals were the star attraction.
Cover supervisor Julie Beecroft said the pupils enjoyed a “lovely spring afternoon” watching the new arrivals.
“The lambs were frolicking around in the glorious sunshine and the children were delighted to hold the newborn lambs and watch them being fed,” she added.
“Their favourite place was the nursery where they could see the orphaned lambs being cared for.”
The school has visited the farm to meet the lambs for three springtimes running. Last year pupils saw a lamb being born.
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