Evie meet Evie

By Harriet Ernstsons 13/04 Updated: 13/04 11:15

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IT WAS perfect weather for ducks at Forge Mill Needle Museum’s farm day.

But the rain did not deter the crowds who turned out on Easter Monday to see goats, lambs and rabbits as well as take part in activities such as a puppet show and willow making. Indigo Arts also performed farmyard songs to get people into the spirit of the day.

It is the third year the Needle Mill Lane site had hosted the event and education officer Debbie Lakeman said it had attracted more than 500 people.

“There was a great atmosphere and everyone came prepared with raincoats and wellies.”

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