Enchanted

@ Belsay Hall, Castle and Gardens

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06 December 2018 - 21 December 2018

4.30pm – 9.30pm

Step into a magical fairy-tale world this December as you follow our light trail through our famous Himalayan quarry gardens and wooded grounds. Featuring elements from the classic tale of Alice Through the Looking Glass, you will start your journey by taking a step through the ‘rabbit hole’. Remember to keep your eyes peeled for the Cheshire Cat and take a seat at the Mad Hatters Tea Party for a great family photo.

There will be chance to treat yourself to a glass of mulled wine, toast a marshmallow over the fire and play the illuminated instrument Illumaphonium. Little ones will also enjoy children’s fairground rides including a children’s toy ride, swing chairs and hook-a-duck.*

Grab the winter woollies, your family and friends and revel in the most enchanting event of the year. Remember don’t be late to book your tickets to avoid missing out.

*Please note there is an additional charge for rides and games.

A free shuttle bus service from Ponteland Middle School will be in place for this event.

Venue
Belsay Hall, Castle and Gardens
Belsay
Nr Morpeth
Northumberland
NE20 0DX

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