TARTAN TREWES; Check out paint job on sheep.
FARMER Grant Bell has come up with a colourful celebration for Tartan Tartan, in the Bible
Tartan (tär`tăn), in the Bible, official title of two Assyrians sent to Hezekiah by Sennacherib and Sargon.
tartan: see plaid. Week - decorating his sheep.
Grant, who runs the East Links Family Park tourist attraction Noun 1. tourist attraction - a characteristic that attracts tourists
attractive feature, magnet, attractor, attracter, attraction - a characteristic that provides pleasure and attracts; "flowers are an attractor for bees" in East Lothian East Lothian (lō`thēən), council area (1993 est. pop. 85,640), 262 sq mi (677 sq km), and former county, SE Scotland. Under the Local Government Act of 1973, the county of East Lothian became (1975) part of the new Lothian region, , will put his ewes on parade in plaid.
As people around the world celebrate all things Scottish, a piper will lead the tartan flock around the farm.
Grant said: "The sheep are a great attraction for the public and are the talking point of the area.
"I've been telling all the kids I've managed to get a few of these rare sheep sent down from the Highlands.
"Tartan wool is prized by kiltmakers and the whereabouts of the Highland glens where the Clan McHaver have bred tartan sheep for centuries is a secret."
The piper will lead the flock around the farm, near Dunbar, at 11am every day from April 6 to April 13.