Umberslade re-opens for the year

By cw Wednesday 13 February 2013 Updated: 18/02 13:20

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Buy photos » Time to help bottle feed the lambs at Umberslade Farm Park.

SPRING is in the air at Umberslade Farm Park with the arrival of the first lambs of the year - just in time for the annual reopening this weekend and the school half-term.

After its short winter break, Umberslade, in Tanworth in Arden, will open its doors again on Saturday (February 16) to offer children of all ages the chance to enjoy, handle and feed the variety of fabulous farm animals including lambs, calfs, rabbitts, chicks and guinea pigs.

Umberslade’s owner Oliver Muntz, said “This time of year is always a delight with the new-born lambs and the children love to bottle feed them.

"I really look forward to seeing their faces and giving them a fantastic experience of the animals and country life this spring.”

Visit: www.umberslade.com for more information.

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