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Fairhaven garden’s Christmas lights to draw visitors to South Walsham

PUBLISHED: 17:28 08 December 2017

The Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden Christmas lights display are enjoyed by local primary school children.    Picture: James Bass Photography

The Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden Christmas lights display are enjoyed by local primary school children. Picture: James Bass Photography

(C) JAMES BASS PHOTOGRAPHY

People can take a stroll round the Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden and enjoy its Christmas illuminations until Sunday, December 24, daily from 3pm to 4pm.

The illuminations at the South Walsham attraction near Acle are a short walk from the garden’s main entrance.

Normal entry charges apply: adults £6.75, concessions £6.15 and children £3.85. Fairhaven Garden members and under fives free.

The garden and tearoom are open every day during the winter from 10am to 4pm, just closed Christmas Day.

A special Christmas menu is on offer in the tearoom and Christmas trees and wreaths are also available.

There is wheelchair access throughout the garden, including a sensory garden.

Visitors requiring special facilities are advised to telephone in advance, mobility scooters available.

Dogs are welcome on leads with a small charge to cover poop scoops.

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