St Albans tourist attraction Willows Farm features on TV’s This Morning
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This Morning TV show comes to Willows Activity Farm in London Colney
It was lights, camera, baa-action for some of St Albans' woolliest residents.
Livestock met live television when ITV's This Morning programme featured Willows Activity Farm in London Colney.
Presenter Alison Hammond was seen admiring a lamb - called Sean, obviously.
And she interviewed two members of staff, quizzing a shepherd and an award-winning sheep shearer from the rural activity attraction.
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Viewers were treated to a live sheep shearing, while a relaxed brown and white sheep happily let him.
Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby clearly enjoyed the demonstration and commented from the studio on how calm the animal was.
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But Alison couldn't be tempted to take the shears to a real sheep and was seen giggling, as she pretended to trim a stuffed sheep prop with scissors.
Earlier, she introduced the section broadcasting "Hello. I'm in St Al-bans. Is it pronounced St Al-bans or St All-bans? I always get it wrong."
"I can't believe he's brown on the outside and then inside he's black," Alison added, as the real animal showed off his smart new hair cut - a sleek sheepish trim.