Sheffield news Farm get trio of Elvis-themed Llamas and you can adopt them PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - Lisa Marie, Gladys, and Vernon are all named after members of the rock 'n' roll icon's family
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Three Elvis-themed Llamas have arrived at a Bridlington zoo as attractions prepare to reopen next week. When the zoo at Sewerby Hall and Gardens opens its doors on Monday 12 April visitors will be treated to a trio of rock-and-roll camelids. Nine-month-old Lisa Marie, named after Elvis’ daughter, recently arrived from Cannon Hall Farm in Barnsley, an event which was broadcast on Channel 4’s ‘This Week on the Farm’. To get the latest email updates from North Yorkshire Live, click here . Lisa Marie has now been joined by two llamas named for Presley’s parents: ten-year-old Gladys, and Vernon, who is seven months old. The trio join Willow, the grand old lady of the llama enclosure who celebrated her 24th birthday last week. Vernon (left) and Gladys (right) are named for Elvis Presley's father and mother, respectively.
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. “From next week, our visitors will be able to see Lisa Marie, who is already a tv star, and whose arrival here has already generated a lot of interest from fans of ‘This Week on the Farm’. And now we have two more llamas for people to see! “We are hoping to restart a breeding programme for the llamas here, which was something we used to do, and it will be very exciting to start it up again. “And of course people will be able to come and see Rosie the Penguin, who became a worldwide star last year, and, all being well, will reach the remarkable age of 31 on 20th April!” The zoo is also home to Taiwanese Sika Deer, Capuchin monkeys, and African pygmy goats, and members of the public can ‘adopt’ their favourite animals for £20 per year. Full details of the zoo at Sewerby Hall and Gardens, together with admission prices and opening times from 12 April, can be found at www.sewerbyhall.co.uk
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