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Local Lavinton Lamb strengthens ties with the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust

The Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust is working with a local lamb producer to help manage priceless wildlife habitats and generate income to support its ongoing nature conservation work.

Lenton-based Lavinton Lamb is one of the UK’s top lamb producers and supplies a long list of top eateries, including London’s oldest restaurant Rules and the three Michelin starred Waterside Inn in Bray, Berkshire.

Shepherdess Sophie Arlott has been partnering with Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust for several years, grazing her sheep on several of the trust’s nature reserves. Sensitive grazing is essential for the management and maintenance of wildlife rich grassland and the trust said it has been delighted to work with Sophie to ensure that the grassland is kept in excellent condition.

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