Oswestry, United Kingdom, March 28, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- The annual Spring Lambing Day took place at the Walford Campus of North Shropshire College (NSC) on Sunday, 25th March. Good weather on the day made the Campus a special place to be, with a large number of visitors to the event. With a large flock of sheep at the Campus, there were hundreds of lambs for people to see and get up close to at the Campus’ lamb cuddle corner.
There were so many exciting activities to get involved with on the day, including robotic milking, welly wanging, clay pigeon shooting and a tombola to name but a few. Visitors were also entertained by the wonderful Porthywaen Silver Band who played in the College’s Walled Garden. The event also marked the unveiling of a new Milk Vending Machine at the Campus, and the opening of the new Walford Wood Forest School.
Penny Hardy, Business and Innovation Assistant at NSC, who helped to organise the event comments, “The event was fantastic for the College. It was wonderful to see such a large number of visitors attending on the day. Many families commented on what a lovely time they had enjoyed. We would like to say thanks to all of our exhibitors, the Corbet School, and Moor Farm for allowing us to operate the popular tractor and trailer ride up to the event.”
For those who were unable to attend, the Walford Campus offers "Be a Keeper" for the day experiences and birthday parties at weekends and in the school holidays. For more information about these, please visit www.nsc.ac.uk, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01939 262187.
For more information about the Walford Wood Forest School, please contact April Harding on 01691 688000 or you can email email@example.com to book a visit to their site.
A full album of pictures from the day will be available on the official College Facebook page.