What did you do at Easter

Josh Millns, six, from Bath:

"I went to Sussex with my mum to see my grandma; she lives on a farm and we saw baby lambs that had just been born. They were black. We saw some baby calves, too. They were about three weeks old and they were nice. They had floppy ears. Most of them were brown, but the big ones were brown and white. There was another baby lamb and her mum didn't want her, so the man who owns the farm had to look after her. She was called April and when you said `April' she came over to see you. We stayed for three days, and we ate chicken that came from the farm. We went down to the wood one day and picked flowers and stuff."

Interview by Decca Aitkenhead