Georgie Aisbitt allowed her pet lamb to graze on the Headmaster’s lawn Georgie Aisbitt allowed her pet lamb to graze on the Headmaster’s lawn

Hey - ewe - get off of my grass!

Friday, 15 May 2009
The Head of School exercised an ancient (and probably apocryphal) right today by bringing livestock into the college and sporting a beard. Georgie Aisbitt allowed her pet lamb to graze on the Headmaster’s lawn for half an hour, much to the delight and curiosity of passers by. She later removed both wellies and (false) beard before attending chapel.
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