Lambing at Kentwell Begins

Posted 3rd Mar


Spring is in the air and so too will be Kentwell's flock of rare-breed Norfolk Horn sheep lambs.  It's very nearly time for lambing season to begin and in the next few weeks  the newborn lambs will be ready for a visit in the Tudor Stables at Kentwell Hall, although we can't guarantee they will be on their best behaviour it's sure to be fun for old and young alike!  Once the lambs are a few days old they will be racing around the lawns in front of the Hall - a truly beautiful sight to see. 

Get to know the characters of the flock by watching the 'LambCam' live on their website before you visit and if you are lucky you may even get to watch a lambing! 

With spring bulbs, and flowers bursting into colour Spring is a great time to enjoy a 'Welly Walk' through the gardens and grounds of Kentwell and with lunches, teas and light refreshments available from the Stableyard Tearoom there is no excuse not to make a day of it!

VISIT THE EVENTS PAGES OF LONG MELFORD FOR MORE DETAILS.


by Mari-Carmen Perks