This new-born lamb has taken a gambol on better weather arriving this week.
The first lambs of the season entered the world at Temple Newsam’s Home Farm last week.
They were welcomed by farm services officer Shelley Rogerson along with four-year-old Mia Donoghue from Brayton. She got to hold newborn Portland and Boreray lambs Twelve-year-old Logan Murray from Leeds also got to hold some of the new arrivals.
Visitors to the farm can see the Great Barn built in 1694 along with buildings including the cowbyre, sawmill and engine shed, along with the impressive dovecote designed to house 1,200 breeding pairs of birds. The more modern buildings were added in the 1920s by Leeds Council to accommodate the large herd of dairy cows and process the milk that they produced.
For more information on Home Farm call 0113 3367560 or visit: www.leeds.gov.uk/templenewsam