SLIDESHOW: Sheffield families witness the magic of lambing season

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Families experienced the magical patter of tiny feet at a special lambing event at Whirlow Hall Farm in Sheffield.

The Whirlow Hall Farm Trust threw open the doors of the farm so visitors could watch new-born lambs prancing around the barn and snuggling up to their mothers.

There were a number of fun activities for children and the farm team was on hand to answer questions.

Another lambing event is taking place today until 3pm at the farm on Whirlow Lane.

Volunteer Cathy Anderson holds a lamb with Dejah Green Kissoondyal, 16 mnths and Laura Torrington from Hamilton House Nursery at a lambing event at Whirlow Hall Farm Trust. Picture: Andrew Roe

Volunteer Cathy Anderson holds a lamb with Dejah Green Kissoondyal, 16 mnths and Laura Torrington from Hamilton House Nursery at a lambing event at Whirlow Hall Farm Trust. Picture: Andrew Roe

An ewe with it's lambs at a lambing event at Whirlow Hall Farm Trust. Picture: Andrew Roe

An ewe with it's lambs at a lambing event at Whirlow Hall Farm Trust. Picture: Andrew Roe

Oliver, 10 and Amelia Orr, 11, of Eccelsall stroke a lamb at a lambing event at Whirlow Hall Farm Trust. Picture: Andrew Roe

Oliver, 10 and Amelia Orr, 11, of Eccelsall stroke a lamb at a lambing event at Whirlow Hall Farm Trust. Picture: Andrew Roe

Thousands are expected to attend the lambing event at Whirlow Hall Farm Trust. Picture: Andrew Roe

Thousands are expected to attend the lambing event at Whirlow Hall Farm Trust. Picture: Andrew Roe