ITV films Good Morning Britain at London Colney farm
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A weather presenter from ITV’s Good Morning Britain programme enjoyed bottle-feeding lambs while visiting a local farm this morning (Wednesday).
Laura Tobin was at Willows Farm, Coursers Road in London Colney, to film the weather forecast and part of the show’s ongoing UK-wide golden Easter egg hunt.
The programme has been hiding its golden egg at different locations throughout the country, and today it was hidden in St Albans’ city centre.
Children from the local area were invited to take part on the morning of the live filming, enjoying the farm animals, arts and crafts and talking about their favourite things to do at Willows.
Laura was shown around the agricultural attraction, meeting the goats and bottle-feeding lambs.
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Willows owner, farmer Andrew Wolfe, said: “We were so pleased that ITV’s Good Morning Britain chose to come to Willows. We’re very proud of the farm and it was great that we could show off our Easter Eggstravaganza event to the nation.
“Our staff have been behind the scenes preparing for filming so I would like to thank them for their hard work, especially as Easter has been such a busy time for us - they did a ‘cracking’ job! ITV were also great sports when it came to working with the animals.”
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