TWIN lambs being born in front of wide-eyed youngsters were the star attraction at a Sheffield farm.
Whirlow Hall Farm celebrated its annual lambing day with bumper crowds watching the miracle of new life entering the world.
Experts in delivering lambs were on hand to answer questions.
Farm shop manager Shauna McKnight, said: “Lots of children came to see the lambs being born, and we had a set of twins born which they were able to see.”
As well as the lambing, children took part in pony riding, crafts and egg hunts.
Grown-ups had the chance to taste home-grown produce from the farm, in Whirlow, and enjoy a barbecue.
Money raised from the day, which totalled over £5,000, will be used to help the Whirlow Hall Farm Trust continue its work teaching youngsters about farms and where their food comes from.