A LARGE crowd squeezed into the Hamilton Library foyer on Monday for their chance to see several woollen crafted sheep at the official opening of the Woolly West Fest.
The sheep, crafted in each of the Greater Hamilton towns, are all different colours and have their own style.
Organisers, Jacinta Wareham and Naomi Turner wanted to base the event around a wool themed children’s book so they chose Mem Fox’s best-selling children’s book ‘Where is the Green Sheep?’
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