CHILDREN have been getting up close and personal with lambs this February half-term.

Buckinghamshire's Odds Farm Park near Beaconsfield is holding its annual lambing event this February with over 25 ewes expected to give birth this week.

The popular leisure attraction's lambing season began on February 10 and lasts until February 18.

Assistant General Manager, Louise Winslow, said: "February half term sees the start of a very busy lambing season for us here at Odds Farm Park.

"We are expecting lambs to be born every day of the school holidays, and some visitors might even be lucky enough to witness newborn lambs take their first steps into the world."

Upon birth, lambs and their mothers are moved to the Little Hooves Lamb Nursery where guests can learn about the lambing process.

Louise added: "We love lambing here at Odds.

"It is such a huge event in the farming calendar and our farmers can’t wait to show our newborns to all our guests."

Aside from the lambing experience, visitors can enjoy farmer-led demonstrations, hand-feed sheep and goats in the Animal Barn, attend live entertainment shows, and take part in Love & Lambs-themed craft activities.

The event provides not only a unique fauna experience but also fun-filled attractions.

A vast indoor soft play barn, an outdoor adventure play area, and Marmalade’s Mini Golf course await.

Love and Lambs at Odds Farm Park will require online pre-booked tickets priced at £14.95 with children under two years gaining free entry.

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