Hello I am Bernie the Sheep
Hi my name is Bernie and I am a sheep that lives in the hills and valleys of South Wales. I love my family and friends and care about my home – I don’t want to see them killed and destroyed which is why I want to stop grass and mountain fires.
In the lead up the Easter Holiday period I will be hitting the streets of South Wales and visiting primary schools with my BARR – iliant new road show. I hope to meet EWE during one of my visits but if we don’t get chance to meet you can still help me to try and stop these grass and mountain fires by signing up to become a ‘Grass Roots Ambassador’. By becoming a ‘Grass Roots Ambassador’ you are making a promise that you will not start any grass fires on purpose.
Bernie has completed his visit to school in the Rhondda Cynon Taf, but you still will be able to see Bernie out and about in your area. Look out for him and if you spot him, email your photos to:
Meet the Family
Likes: eating grass, walking up and down fields and meeting new people
Dislikes: People that set fire to the grass and mountains, sprouts and the colour orange
Likes:Chilling out with her friends, listening to music and she says she is a true BAAR – lieber.
Dislikes: People that set grass and mountain fires and put my home and family in danger
Sheep that doesn’t speak
Likes: Bernie – he’s my BFF!
Dislikes: People that talk too much and set fire to the grass and mountain fires and put my friends in danger
Bernie the Sheep – ‘Newsbleat’
Bernie is not very happy, his home and his friends are at risk from being injured or burnt. Watch the video to find out what makes Bernie so upset.
Show your support by becoming a friend of Bernie on Facebook and adopt the ‘grass roots pledge “I am helping and supporting Bernie in reducing deliberate grass fires across Wales” and you can now also follow Bernie on Twitter.
Enter into our competitions, where you have the chance to win a bike and join your school in creating a collage to win a trophy for your school.
Grass fires have consequences