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OLD MACDON­ALD’S Farm vis­ited aged care home Gun­ther Vil­lage for an in­ter­gen­er­a­tional cel­e­bra­tion of Se­niors’ Week.

All ages cud­dled the baby an­i­mals, with lo­cal childcare groups and families join­ing in the an­i­mal fun.

Go­ing to nose-to-nose with baby goats en­thralled Bella and Jack Griggs, while Hi­lary Wal­dock joined Matilda and Alyce Doyle in dis­cov­er­ing the soft­ness of guinea pig fur.

The mood was calm and light as the baby an­i­mals were stroked and cud­dled.

Bessie Sch­nei­der de­lighted in re­mem­ber­ing her life on a farm, and sharing a cuppa with friends.

PHO­TOS: SHIRLEY WAY

JUST KID­DING: Bella Griggs meets a cu­ri­ous friend at Old MacDon­ald's farm.

LEFT: Hi­laryWal­dock, Matilda and Alyce Doyle have fun pet­ting the baby an­i­mals.

John Din­gle, Oon­agh Clarry and Gra­ham Din­gle.

Jack, Sa­man­tha and Bella Griggs en­joy time with the an­i­mals of Old MacDon­ald's Farm.

Ray Fol­lett en­joys a cuppa.

Lindon Car­son, Kaiden Cook, Keira Cook and Madi­son Bar­beler have a ball.

Carly Thomp­son en­joys a cud­dle with a guinea pig at Gun­ther Vil­lage.

BE­LOW: Ray Fuchs en­joys the Se­niors’ Week cel­e­bra­tion.

ABOVE: Jack­son Kreis with a cute new pal.

Bessie Sch­nei­der en­joys the visit from Old MacDon­ald's Farm.

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