TATTON Park will be springing to life with baa-rilliant adventures featuring Shaun the Sheep this Easter.

A ewe-unique colourful arts trail through the gardens will provide plenty of excitement for children.

A dozen supersized Shaun the Sheep sculptures have been designed and painted by local and regional artists.

The fascinating flock has been inspired by flora and fauna in the gardens from all over the world.

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Families will be fascinated to see a blossoming Shaun framed by the Japanese garden cherry blossoms and a Botanical inspired Shaun grazing near the fernery.

On Monday, April 1, visitors will have the chance to meet Shaun himself!

BAFTA award-winning production studio Aardman and global art producer Wild in Art have teamed up to bring the iconic TV character to the Cheshire beauty spot.

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Shaun the Sheep silent comedy children's series is recognised all over the world for its slapstick humour, distinctive look and strong, quirky characters.

Shaun’s Easter championsheep games, an Easter bunny trail in the mansion and Little Grey Fergie the tractor are just some of the many other activities on offer from March 29 to April 1.

Children can meet cute newborn lambs at the farm during Lambing Week, April 5-12.

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Staff will share their expertise, giving informative talks in the lambing shed.

YouTube sensation Little Grey Fergie, the tractor, will be making a guest appearance on the farm.

For Easter aunt Mary will be in her cottage decorating the egg tree. Visitors can enjoy storytelling and meeting the chicks.

Families can join the hunt for Easter eggs in a trail round the mansion’s state rooms and servants’ quarters.

A chocolate reward will be on offer for children during the Easter weekend.

If you fancy dancing, Saturday, March 30 sees the return of the popular Easter family silent disco with Our Kids Social.

Children can enjoy challenge games, props and bubbles and dress to impress in your favourite Easter outfit.

Visitors can choose which channel to listen to as they party, whether it’s kids’ pop or adults’ guilty pleasures.

The stableyard will be a hive of activity during the Easter weekend.

Highlights include a pop-up Easter market, Glitterbugz tattoos and Shaun the Sheep goodies on sale in the gift shop.

The Gardener’s Cottage Tearoom will be open for light lunches from 12 to 4pm and Stables Restaurant will be serving Easter treats and cakes.