Oswestry, United Kingdom, March 23, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- North Shropshire College’s (NSC) Walford Campus has held its annual Spring Lambing Day; it was a jam-packed day with many displays from external exhibitors and NSC staff and students. The Walford Campus was heaving with visitors who had an excellent day.
The College had over 3,500 visitors on Spring Lambing Day, many coming to meet the new lambs but also to see the Dog Agility Display from Whitchurch Dog Display Team, Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service’s Baschurch Fire Engine, Milking Displays with the Walford Cows, RDA Vaulting and Mounted Games at the Equine Arena and the College’s 99 animal species at the Harris Centre. The Shropshire Youth Theatre Group held performances in the walled garden of Walford Hall; The Derwen College sold cakes and other refreshments from their Farmers Market.
Principal Jackie Doodson commented, "The Walford Campus Spring Lambing Day is a great opportunity for the College to engage with our community; so I was delighted to see so many local families enjoying the excellent facilities we have to offer at our Walford Campus. We had 3,500 people through the gates, which is fantastic! The staff and students worked hard to ensure everyone had a great time and they did the College proud."
The College operated its popular park and ride again this year from Corbet School in Baschurch, the park and ride was introduced at Spring Lambing Day 2014 and has again worked very well, the College would like to thank Corbet School for their help with such a busy event.
To view all the photographs from Spring Lambing Day 2016, visit the College’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/NorthShropshireCollege, or to find out more about the ‘Be a Keeper’ for the day experience, visit the website at www.nsc.ac.uk/about-nsc/nsc-facilities/be-a-keeper-for-the-day. Applications are still being taken for September 2016, again visit the website or contact the College Admissions Team on 01691 688080.