Willows Activity Farm featured on Good Morning Britain

PUBLISHED: 11:43 17 February 2017 | UPDATED: 14:02 17 February 2017

ITV Good Morning Britain have broadcast from Willows Activity Farm. Supplied by Laura Tobin.

ITV Good Morning Britain have broadcast from Willows Activity Farm. Supplied by Laura Tobin.


ITV’s flagship morning news programme visited the St Albans activity farm for their weather broadcast on Friday, February 17.

Weather presenter Laura Tobin gave her weather forecast from the popular attraction and also found time to feed some of the animals.

One video she tweeted showed her tossing feed to a flock of ewes.

Another photo shows her sat with staff and visitors.

Willows, whose owner Andrew Wolfe, recently received a Lifetime Achievement award from the National Farm Attractions Network, has been open since 2002, and had the world’s first Peter Rabbit adventure playground.

Their spokesperson said: “It is great they came to show real Springtime.

“Every half-term children can come and see the lambs.

“We have talks on lambing and live lambing as well as feeding.”


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