Not ‘two’ be missed: Twins mark the start of lambing season at Willows Activity Farm

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Not ‘two’ be missed: Twins mark the start of lambing season at

Willows Activity Farm

Willows Activity Farm in St. Albans is offering twin-spiration for families looking for outdoor activities this half term at February Frolics, open from 11-19 February.

Local twins Summer and Tia Price, both aged five from Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, were given exclusive access to Willows Activity Farm to mark the start of the annual lambing event.

Lambs are most commonly born as twins or triplets, and the girls were invited by to meet a little lamb with their mum Kim Price. The lamb will shortly be joined by hundreds of others in the Willows lambing marquee.

Tia Price said: “I loved meeting the lamb. He was so cute!”

Summer Price added: “The animals at Willows are my favourite part so I’m really looking forward to February Frolics and seeing all of the new lambs.”

Willows’ resident shepherd, Tuck, will be working around the clock with the farming staff to care for the sheep and their newborns. Bottle feeding demonstrations will also be taking place daily throughout the event.

The frolicking doesn’t stop with the lambs as visitors can enjoy the PETER RABBIT™ Adventure Playground featuring Jeremy Fisher Musical Pond, Lily Bobtail Nature Discovery Area and Jemima Puddleduck Coop. Benjamin Bunny, Lily Bobtail and Peter Rabbit will also be at Willows to meet and greet guests at selected times in the day.

Weatherproof fun can also be found in the Cottontail Village and Woolly Jumpers Indoor Play Barn, all included in the entrance price. Un-baa-lievable!

February Frolics at Willows Activity Farm is open daily 11-19 February from 10am to 5.30pm. For more information visit or follow on Twitter and Facebook for the latest news and updates.


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