SHEEP are preparing to go fence to fence at Hatton County World in support of the NHS.
The family attraction will be running a ‘virtual Grand National’ on Saturday (April 25) – a race run by six of Hatton’s sheep with names such as Red Ram and ‘Ewe never know’.
Hatton is asking people to vote for who they want to win, together with the winning time by donating to a Just Giving page – the proceeds going to the Association of NHS Charities.
The prizes include a three-course meal for four people with wine included at the award-winning Hatton Arms and a family day out at Hatton Adventure World.
Hatton marketing manager Carron Smith said: “Everyone has been amazed by the incredible job that all those in the NHS have been carrying out.
“We wanted to do our bit to say thank you while trying to lift everyone spirits a little. So we had a chat with the sheep at Hatton who have been deeply missing all of the children.
They suggest that this year the Sheep Grand National should be live-streamed on Facebook and held in aid of the NHS”.
Visit www.facebook.com/HattonAdventureWorld for further details.
Visit www.justgiving.com/fundraising/hatttongrandnational to donate.