All eyes on ‘LAMBCAM’

Moreton Morrell College was forced to cancel its annual Lambing and Animals weekend – but the show went on through the magic of technology and hit the national headlines

Moreton Morrell College was forced to cancel its annual Lambing and Animals weekend – but the show went on through the magic of technology and hit the national headlines

The college set up “LAMBCAM” to give people the opportunity to see the new-born lambs from the comfort of their own homes.

Advent helped to promote the event and it captured the attention of national and regional print and broadcast media, with The Times and Evening Standard printing photos of the lambs and BBC Midlands Today also visiting Nether Morton Farm at the college.

Photo caption: Nether Moreton Farm manager Henry Dingle holds one of the newest additions to the farm.

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