A popular tourist attraction in Cheshire is celebrating the birth of nearly 40 lambs.
The lambs – 37 so far – have all been born at Cheshire’s Tatton Park which is currently closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Darren Morris, senior ranger at Tatton Park, said: “We are officially in lambing week and the farm has reported the arrival of the first lambs!
“Mothers and babies are doing well.”
As well as the commercial crossbreed at the farm, there are also two different types of sheep in Tatton Park’s Parkland; Hebridean and Soay.
Darren said: “The sheep are a vital part of Tatton’s heritage.
“Visitors love them and they’re a useful educational resource as well as enhancing the Parkland – just as Lord Egerton intended.
“We are proud to be custodians of such beautiful animals with such a rich history.”
More information about the park is available here.