EWE needn’t be sheepish about exploring the village of Bisley this weekend.
Although the quaint little hamlet is once again set to be overrun by a herd of sheep, you can expect plenty of amateur shepherds to flock to the village to take charge of the situation.
The annual Bisley sheep trail returns to the village from August 16 to 30, with a £50 prize on offer to the first person drawn out of the hat who finds all of the woolly wonders and correctly answers a series of questions.
Maps for the 2014 trail will be on sale at the event’s launch at Bisley WI Village Hall, off Cheltenham Road, between 1pm and 5pm on Saturday, August 16.
Refreshments will also be served to give visitors plenty of energy to roam the village in search of the sheep.
Maps will subsequently be available at the George Stores in the High Street from August 17 up until August 30, the day of Bisley’s popular flower show and fete.
The winner will be announced by the Rev Rosie Woodall at a special Marquee Café Church Service on Sunday, August 31, which starts at 11 am.
This year, the proceeds from the sheep trail will go towards the upkeep of Bisley’s All Saints Church.