07:33AM, Thursday 25 April 2013
The Berkshire College of Agriculture (BCA) is set to embrace the sight and sounds of spring when its annual lambing weekend gets underway this weekend and, once again, we have teamed up with them to offer our readers £5 off their entry price.
The standard entry is £15 per car but with the voucher printed in the Advertiser out today you can get in for just £10.
The annual event will feature a wide variety of activities including sheepdog displays, a livestock show, strongman competition, ferret racing and, of course, the chance to see baby lambs been born.
You will also be able to see all of the animals based at the college - emus, wallabies, reptiles, creepy crawlies, Scottish wildcats and red squirrels.
Visitors can enjoy a tractor and trailer ride around the campus and have a go at reaching the top of the climbing wall.
You can even book a hair cut in the BCA salon.
So, if you're treating your family to a day out at BCA this weekend, don't forget to cut out the voucher and take it with you - it must be submitted on entry. Only original vouchers accepted.
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