By abbie_taunton at 12:20 on 25/02/13
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A Lambing Fun Day, hosted by Bridgwater College, is taking place in Cannington this March with activities galore for all the family.
Activities and experiences including falconry displays, sheep dog demonstrations, sheep shearing, ferret racing and new born lambs will be on offer to all who attend.
Stalls will also be available selling an array of local cider, cheeses, sweets, gifts and much more.
Jeremy Kerswell, Head of Land-based Studies at the College said: "Despite the weather last year, we were delighted so many people put on their wellies and decided to join us for the day.
"The tractor trailer rides and sheep shearing were especially popular with the children, and everyone seemed to enjoy browsing around the product stalls of homemade jams, chutneys and cheeses.
He added: "We saw more than eight lambs born during the day, including a set of triplets and twins. We are looking forward to welcoming familiar faces as well as new visitors to Rodway Farm."
The event runs from 11am to 4pm on Sunday March 3 at Rodway Farm in Cannington.
Tickets are available on the gate - a family ticket costs £12, an adult ticket costs £4 and a child's ticket costs £3. Under 1s go free.
You can also buy a ticket online and receive a discount of over 20%.
Date: Sunday, March 03, 2013