And fi­nally…

The Simple Things - - ESCAPE -

Now you’ve got your rus­tic eye in, it’s time for a quick round of ‘Sheep or Cheese’?

a) Blue texel. Orig­i­nated in the Nether­lands in the 1970s, blue colour vary­ing from pale to dark.

b) Par­lick Fell. Named after a steep, cone-shaped Lancashire fell syn­ony­mous with sheep graz­ing.

c) Castlemilk Moorit. Cre­ated in the 1900s on land owned by the first Baronet Jar­dine.

d) Swaledale. Off-white, ro­bust, orig­i­nat­ing in the York­shire val­ley of the same name.

An­swers a) sheep b) cheese c) sheep d) both - the cheese is named for the sheep’s milk

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