calendar
search
love middlesbrough logo love middlesbrough logo love middlesbrough logo love middlesbrough logo love middlesbrough logo
 

 
close

Published 11th Feb 2011

Alpaca with no name

An unusual arrival to Middlesbrough is in need of a name and the public are being urged to help.

Newham Grange Country Farm in Coulby Newham has taken arrival of two new alpacas.

The baby alpaca is called Alfie but no-one knows the name of his mother.

The prize for the winning suggestion is a free year's adoption of the alpaca - the first adoption in the farm’s new sponsorship scheme. Prize includes a certificate, photo, a free gift and two free entry tickets to visit your adopted alpaca and all the other animals at Newham Grange Country Farm.

Suggested names put forward by farm staff are: Zsa-Zsa, Alice, Audrey, Sandy, Jemima and Patricia and now you get to choose!

How to vote

Log on to www.newhamgrangefarm.co.uk to take part.

Voting will be open until 6pm on Sunday, February 27 and the winner will be contacted the following week.

Useful links

Newham Grange Country Farm

Name the Alpaca



Orange Pip market’s debut line-up revealed

The sizzling street food and entertainment confirmed for the first Orange Pip Market can now be revealed.

Red and white 5k shirt in tribute to Boro legend Ali

Been there, done that...but if you want to get your hands on this T-shirt, you really will have to be there on Sunday, June 5.

Mayor's vision for 2025 open to public consultation

Middlesbrough Mayor Dave Budd has outlined his vision for the future of the town to make it a fairer, safer and stronger place to live and work

Transporter the star of new photography exhibition

The iconic Tees Transporter Bridge and Middlesbrough’s industrial heartland are the stars of a new photography exhibition opening this week