Uri Visits Lamb
Uri Visits His Lamb Island – The Video
Come with us, as Shipi & I travel to North Berwick to spend the night on Lamb Island.
Starting off at Edinburgh train station, we head to the lovely North Berwick, to the Scottish Seabird Centre, where I talk to a group of visitors, before heading off with Shipi & “Island Man” Andrew Strangeway to sleep on the lamb.
If you followed the trip as it developed on the Lamb Island page, then you’ll know what happened – but if you watch this video you will get a sense of how incredible Lamb Island is, and what a fantastic experience we all had getting to & staying on the Island.
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