Travelling farm visits Dunmow school

PUBLISHED: 13:00 23 May 2015

Travelling farm visits Dunmow school

Travelling farm visits Dunmow school

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Betty Spaghetti, Cherry, Wasabi and Wally were on the register at Dunmow St Mary’s Primary School last month.

Pupils had a special visit from Gemma’s Farm, a travelling farm, on April 30 and were able to feed, stroke, brush and hold the animals, including lambs Wally and Wasabi, Cherry the pony and goats Betty Spaghetti and Frank.

A school spokesman said: “They all really enjoyed the experience and were eager to share the newly-learnt animal facts.”


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