Coombes farm lambing 2019 - Celebrating 40 years this Spring

A farm in Coombes is welcoming visitors for lambing season for the fortieth year running.

Monday, 25th March 2019, 3:04 pm
Updated Monday, 25th March 2019, 3:21 pm
Two of the newborn lambs

Church farm in Coombes is expecting 80 calves and 1,200 lambs this year. The farm is open to visitors everyday from 9.30am to 4pm until Monday, April 22. Take a look at our photo gallery of the lambs here.

Many school groups visit during lambing season
Lambs are born indoors and taken outside after three days
The farm is open from 9.30am to 4pm daily
Around 1,200 lambs are expected this year
Lambing season at the farm will last until Monday, April 22
The forecast for the rest of the season is looking good
Entry to the farm costs 3 for adults, 2 for children.
Evening visits are also on offer for adults - but must be booked in advance
The farm is expecting to welcome 80 calves and 1,200 lambs.
Half hour tractor rides are a popular activity on the farm
This year the farm has 80 cows calving and 800 ewes lambing
Church Farm has already seen dozens of residents come through the gates since mid-March.
The calves and lambs are born indoors and, after three days of bonding with their mothers, are taken outside.
Half hour tractor rides are a popular activity on the farm
The farm is open everyday from 9.30am to 4pm.
Cuddling up to one of the lambs
Enjoying a tractor ride