A Bucks farm has provided the antidote to election fever - with the birth of an adorable set of triplet lambs.

Spring appears to have arrived early to College Farm, near Princes Risborough, as a field-full of sheep have given birth to lambs.

About 25 Dorset Horn mothers were brought down from mid Wales to lamb in the better climate of Buckinghamshire and will travel back to Wales in the spring.

The Dorset Horn is an endangered British breed of domestic sheep capable of producing two lambing seasons per year.

Telsa Field, who also farms in mid Wales, travels down to Buckinghamshire where her sons David and Mark run College Farm.

And while Dorset Horn sheep are very good mothers, Telsa is ready with bottles of milk to top up any lambs that need more.