SPELLBOUND FOREST

19th May 2012 - 20th May 2012

Weekend of 19th and 20th May 2012

Close to Delamere Railway Station

The Spellbound Forest will be an enchanting day out as we invite a family audience to follow the paths in Delamere Forest, each telling the story of an English fairy tale through theatrical performance, music, storytelling, creative writing and dance.

There is also lots of lovely food and drink and a picnic area.

Families will come into the forest on a timed ticket. Tickets will allow entry within a 15 minute time slot. This is to make sure that the forest doesn't get too busy.

Once inside, you can stay for as long as you like. There are three separate paths to walk inside the forest, each telling the story of an English fairy tale through theatrical performance, music, storytelling, creative writing and dance.

There is also lots of lovely food and drink and a picnic area. We expect most families will spend between 3 and 4 hours in the forest.

Spellbound Forest is aimed at families with children aged between 3 and 12 years.

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