SHEEP at Puxton Park outside Weston-super-Mare are looking to unleash their inner beast and to bleat off their competition during red nose races for Comic Relief.
The flock refuse to have the wool pulled over their eyes and have been closely monitoring their rivals to see how they can get ahead of the game for Red Nose Day.
Puxton Park will stage the sheep races on March 13, to help raise money for BBC Comic Relief, which aims to rid the world of poverty through fundraising.
Comic Relief is held every two years and sees businesses and individuals offer comic capers in return for donations.
Puxton aim to make this year’s Red Nose Day their best yet with the management team dying their hair red and a red jelly eating competition.
The animals also want to be part of the action and will be joining the racing flock in donning their red noses for the day.
Puxton’s Managing Director, Alistair Mead, said: “We love taking part in Comic Relief and anticipate our best ever fundraising efforts this Red Nose Day.
“We hope everyone will come along and join in the baa-rmy fun to raise vital funds for Comic Relief and help those facing poverty in the UK.”
All children wearing a red nose who visit Puxton on Red Nose Day will be awarded with reduced admission and the proceeds will go directly to Comic Relief.
For further information please contact reception on 01934 523500, visit www.puxton.co.uk or email email@example.com