Festive magic sees Felbrigg Hall transformed into a winter wonderland
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North Norfolk stately home Felbrigg Hall has been transformed into a winter wonderland for an event aimed at encouraging families to enjoy the outdoors in the run-up to Christmas.
Enchanted Felbrigg features illuminated woodland sculptures including a giant green man, a stag and a 7ft tall snow queen, as well as spectacular lighting created by Dorset-based designer Paul Jarvis.
Youngsters and their families can follow a 1km trail through the hall grounds, before taking part in activities including storytelling, crafts and drumming.
Felbrigg Hall general manager Ella Akinlade said the event, which opened at the weekend and will run again on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, was expected to attract more than 3,000 people..
'What is lovely is that you see the Felbrigg we all know and love in a whole new way,' she added. Enchanted Felbrigg runs from 12.30pm-7pm, on December 8, 9 and 10. Tickets are priced £6 adults, £3 children.
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