Bolton School Infants

Farm Comes to Beech House

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Farmer Dave of Bowland Farm brought his farmyard to Bolton School, much to the delight of Reception and Y1 girls and boys. The alpacas stole the show and some children even got to walk them around the playground!

The youngsters also loved the geese, goats, sheep, hens and ducks. Stroking and handling the animals was a thrilling experience for them. 

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