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Children cuddle lambs at rare breeds Easter event in Baylham

PUBLISHED: 19:59 21 April 2019 | UPDATED: 13:15 22 April 2019

Baylham Rare Breeds Farm celebrating Easter.

Picture: RACHEL EDGE

Baylham Rare Breeds Farm celebrating Easter. Picture: RACHEL EDGE

Rachel Edge

Families use the warm weather and long Easter weekend to introduce their youngsters to new cuddly friends at a Rare Breeds farm in Baylham.

Baylham Rare Breeds Farm celebrating Easter.

Picture: RACHEL EDGEBaylham Rare Breeds Farm celebrating Easter. Picture: RACHEL EDGE

The event has taken place during the bank holiday weekend at Baylham House Farm, which children were given the opportunity to get up close and personal with farm yard animals.

The main attraction at the event were newborn lambs which could be petted but there were also pigs, goats, bunnies, ponies and donkeys which could all be groomed and cuddled.

As well as the live attractions, an array of other activities were on offer including a grand Baylham BBQ, face painting, an Easter treasure hunt and the opportunity to build your own den.

Any children dressed in an special Easter costumed gained free entry today, and many families utilised the good weather to visit the farm which will remain open on Easter Monday.


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