A Message from the Sennowe Park Sheep

Hello

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The girls and I would like to share a few thoughts with you.

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Our sheperdess Jayne Reeve came to see us to today.  She brought someone with her called ‘Sarah’ from the Fairyland Trust.

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We’d liked that as they had some sheep nuts and bread.  It makes change to just ‘grass’.  Although to be honest the pasture here is pretty tasty.

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Anyway we all headed over to the Big Oak …

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Jayne led the way of course …

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And we had a good chat.  We heard that you might be coming to visit Sennowe Park, so we’d like you to know ..

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that we’ve been very busy nibbling to get the grass nice and short and bouncy for your Fairy Fair next month.

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We think you’ll like it here.  It’s a pretty nice place with some big flat areas of grass and old trees …

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and some slopey bits.

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Nice views of the House this way … and DSC_0211

over that way’s the Lake and Boathouse … and more sheep of course …

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up this way’s the woods … DSC_0192

and they say this a really old tree.  Well it’s been here as long as I can remember.

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On balance, I’d say the grazing here is really excellent.  A nice bite of grass and mixed herbs.

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Although some of us are still on the milk.

So we hope you’ll enjoy your visit.

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I’m afraid we’ll be gone by then but we hope you have a lovely time on the springy grass we’ve mowed at Sennowe.

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Just don’t forget to buy your tickets !

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