Lambing Afternoons - back again - getting busier every year!

Dates: March 11/12th through to Easter Weekend April 15/16th

Times: 2.00pm to 4.30pm

We open every weekend for general visitors as this is when the majority of people want to come and see us. You are of course welcome to come on weekdays but we ask that you call us first so we can make sure someone is there to meet you. All the attractions are the same - you'll be able to see the ewes, hold the lambs and help with the chores and if you're really lucky you might see a lamb born! Children and groups are especially welcome - children's birthday party visits are particularly good.

All the activities are inside, so this is a trip you can make whatever the weather. We have all the appropriate risk assessments and first aid and hand washing facilities so you can relax and enjoy a great afternoon out.

You can of course just turn up at weekends but it would be helpful to have an idea of numbers so please call us on 01568 750543 and leave us a message if you can to let us know you're coming. You can use the same number to book visits during the week.

We don't charge for these visits but you can always buy some of lamb or mutton to take home and try.

Remember - bring your wellies or footwear that can be disinfected and a warm coat and gloves would be a good idea as it can be cold sitting watching lambs arrive! Also - you must not come if you are or think you might be pregnant.

Directions are as follows;

Our post code is HR6 0RE to give you an idea of where we are but please don't try to use your sat nav - it will take you down gated roads and you'll end up in a field!

From Leominster - take the A44 towards Bromyard and take the third left turn sign posted Pudleston (by a white bungalow) and follow this road until you get to Pudleston Church. Follow the Whyle House Lamb signs from there.

From Worcester and Bromyard, take the A44 toward Leominster and take the right hand turning sign posted Pudleston by the white bungalow after passing through Docklow and Steens Bridge. Follow this road to Pudleston church and follow the Whyle House Lamb signs from there.

From Ludlow and Tenbury, make your way to Leysters (on the A4112) and turn left at the Bus shelter if you're coming from Tenbury or right if you're coming from the west. Then turn right into an avenue of trees and follow this narrow lane for about 2 miles and then follow the Whyle House lamb signs.