Now it may seem a wooly idea but today a flock of sheep was driven through the centre of Canterbury.
Shepherding the way was the chairwoman of Visit Kent, who was using her freedom of the city stage the event - and to money for chairty in the meantime.
Derek Johnson reports.
At the age of 23, Dolly is taking it easy; living the life of riley, mostly sleeping or eating, or just pottering about. Dolly, you see, is a sheep - and, it's thought, the oldest sheep in the world.
Normally sheep live to about 10 or 12 so at double that, Dolly's doing remarkably well. A bit doddery on her feet but in good voice and with a ferocious appetite, she's looked after on a farm in East Sussex. We send our own doddery reporter, David Johns, to meet her and her keeper, Sharon Moore.
To make a donation to Moore Racehorse Trust, where Dolly and the other animals are being kept, please visit their page on Facebook (click this link to visit).
Police are appealing for information after a flock of sheep were killed and injured on a farm in Sussex. It's thought the ewes - mostly expecting lambs - were attacked by dogs. Nine died and many more were seriously hurt.
Sheep worrying is a constant menace for farmers across our region. Now dog owners are being warned to keep their pets under control, or face prosecution. Malcolm Shaw reports.
You don't normally associate one of England's best playwrights with sheep but that could be about to change.
Yes, a group of sheep is taking to the stage at Jevington in Sussex to perform one of Shakespeare's plays.
But will they remember the lines or will they 'fluff' them? Tom Savvides has been finding out.
A lorry full of sheep which was set to sail from the Port of Ramsgate has been turned away because of animal welfare concerns. It's believed some livestock may have been injured. RSPCA and government inspectors are investigating.
Now, here is a fascinating fact - the South Downs are home to one of the most precious habitats on earth. Chalk grassland supports many threatened species, and it's rarer than rainforest.
Now, conservationists are trying to create more chalk grassland, and they've drafted in flocks of sheep to help improve the habitat for wildlife. Malcolm Shaw reports.
Police are appealing for anyone with information to come forward following the theft of sheep from a field near Wareham.
160 sheep were stolen between 8am on Saturday 2nd November and 2.30pm on Monday 4th November at a field next to the A352 between Wool and East Stoke.
No arrests have been made.
Now, it's all been a bit of a mystery. How did a flock of sheep turn up on their own, in a village in Sussex? Yes, the animals - all fifty of them - were found wandering around Chiddingly (pronounced Chidding-lie) near Lewes. So were they dumped, or had they escaped?
Well, it's all been a bit woolly, until now! Malcolm Shaw has the story.
Live export protestors outside Ashford Cattle Market today. Demonstrators are also gathering at Canterbury Crown Court where the trial is due to start of exporters accused of transporting sheep not fit to travel. The charge relates to the deaths of 45 sheep at the Port of Ramsgate last September.
Farmers on the South Downs are asking dog owners to keep their pets on their leads when they are around sheep, after a number of serious attacks.
At this time of year, many ewes are pregnant and may miscarry their lambs if they feel stressed. Police are warning the dog owners that they could face prosecution if their animals are out of control around livestock. Malcolm Shaw reports.
The interviewees are: Tim Armour, a farmer; and Jan Knowlson - a ranger for the South Downs National Park.