Lambing Days 2022

Updated: Feb 27

Tablehurst Farm - Saturday 9th April 2022 (East Sussex)

Lambing and family activities, including food and drink. More details to come. Like their Facebook page for the latest information.


Blackberry Farm Park - 2nd to 18th April 2022 (East Sussex)

As part of their Easter activities you can see the new arrivals (hatched chicks and new born lambs). They also offer lamb bottle feeding sessions which are bookable on arrival at the park. First come first served. Details on their website here


South Brockwells Farm - 20th & 27th March and 10th April 2022 - (East Sussex)

South Brockwells Farm we very excited to welcome you back to their maternity ward for the first time since 2019 where we have over 170 ewes due to lamb this spring. Visit their flock of Texel mules, Southdowns, Herdwicks and Suffolks where you will have the opportunity to meet the newest additions, feed the ewes and lambs, bottle feed the sock lambs, have a go with our lambing simulator and perhaps even see a real lamb being born. The Poachers Pocket will be open for Tea/Coffee/Cake. Like their Facebook page for the latest information and here is the link to buy tickets


Renhurst Farm - TBC (East Sussex)

Waiting for confirmation if they are doing it this year.


Tottingworth Farm - TBC (ast Sussex)

Waiting for confirmation if they are doing it this year.


Hadlow College - Lambing Weekend - Saturday 26th March - Sunday 27th March 2022 (Kent)

A two-day Lambing Weekend event offering a variety of land based linked activities and displays as well as showcasing the College and what they do. During the weekend there will be food & drink vendors, arts & crafts stalls, opportunities to speak with our advice & guidance team and curriculum areas, tractor trailer rides (weather permitting), talks and demonstrations by the National Centre for Reptile Welfare, a Birds of Prey display, Chance to meet some of their animals, Fun fair rides and stalls

Book tickets via their website


Pierson Agriculture at Four Winds Farm - Saturday 9th April 2022 (Kent)

More details to come. Like their Facebook page for the latest information.



 

Tips for visiting Lambing days:

  • Take wellies

  • Take a carrier bag to put dirty wellies in after!

  • Take hand wipes/sanitiser

  • Take spare clothes for little ones just in case!

  • Take money to spend at the farms to show your support!

 

Note: Pregnant women advised to avoid animals that are giving birth


Pregnant women who come into close contact with sheep during lambing or other farm animals that are giving birth may risk their own health, and that of their unborn child, from infections that such animals can carry.


Full information can be found here