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Flying sheep at London Bridge and a peat bog in Potters Fields

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A parade of 'flying' sheep across London Bridge and a peat bog in Potters Fields Park were two of the features of 'Ardbog Day', held on Saturday to promote Ardbeg whisky.

Flying sheep at London Bridge and a peat bog in Potters Fields
Flying sheep at London Bridge and a peat bog in Potters Fields
Participants in the 'Ardbog March' gathered at Monument before crossing London Bridge with their 'flying sheep'
Flying sheep at London Bridge and a peat bog in Potters Fields
A vintage tractor led the parade along Tooley Street
Flying sheep at London Bridge and a peat bog in Potters Fields
Real sheep were on hand in Potters Fields Park at the end of the march
Flying sheep at London Bridge and a peat bog in Potters Fields
A steaming peat bog was set up in Potters Fields Park

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