During the early hours of this morning, lovely twin Norfolk Horn ewe lambs were born down on the farm at Gressenhall.
You will notice that the lambs were born black, although they will gradually fade in col0ur until they both match their mother's colour.
Why not get down the Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse to see mum and twin offspring?
Photo: Mike Crisp Assistant Farm Officer
On Easter Bank Holiday Monday, the Spring Fair at Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse had to be abandoned, due to adverse weather conditions, and the site closed in the interests of public safety. Our thoughts and commiserations go out to Hannah (Operations Manager) and Miriam (Sustainability Project and Events Officer) and others – together with a dedicated volunteer force – who arrived early, before the storm struck, to organise the Spring Fair. Sadly, nothing could be done about the weather!
There will also be stalls selling local ales and produce, as well as crafts and plants, so there'll be plenty to see. Our Mardler's Rest café will be open to cater for your refreshment, whilst, nearby, the Friends of Gressenhall bookshop will have an excellent selection of pre-loved books for you to see and buy.
For further details take a look at Spring Fair 2016, elsewhere on this website.
Also, take a look at Easter 2016 which gives details of the Gressenhall Eggstravaganza taking place at Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse over the Easter week. You'll not be disappointed!