Fairies welcomed back to Holt

Just Regional
May 22, 2013 2 mins read

The Fairyland Trust’s, Fairy Fair, returns to Holt this weekend with its unique combination of entertainment, nature and magic.

Now in its 12th year, the Norfolk charity with a national reputation for introducing families to flowers, wildlife and trees will run the Fairy Fair, amid 35 hectares of gardens, ancient woods and lakes of Holt Hall, over the late May Bank Holiday weekend (May 26 and 27).

Packed with entertainment for all the family, the event features the trusts renowned workshops including: Fairy Crowns, Elf Sticks, Fairy Gardens and back for 2013, Magic Wings

Children can also take part in drop-in (no booking) activities such as making a Secret Den, building a Fairy House in the woods, sending a post card from the Pixie Post office or following the Rainbow Trail to visit the Fairy Queen. Families can also visit the Pirate Fete to try their hand in one of the unique Pirate games.

Abbie Panks, from The Fairyland Trust said: “It’s a truly fantastic event full of music, entertainment, workshops and all underpinned with the magic of nature. There really is something for all the family regardless of age or gender.”

New activities and performers for 2013 include the Fairyland Trust Wildlife Hospital, music from Murphy’s Lore and Top Bananas, plus stories from the fabulous Gaiety Engine and the amazing cycling Rimsky Piano. The event will also be joined by Sir Randolph and his friendly dragon Allington.

Tickets are £7.50 per person, under 3s free.

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