Top tourism award for Bewilderwood

A family fun attraction set in a Broads woodland has won a silver award in a national tourism awards ceremony.Bewilderwood, the tree-house adventure park which opened at Hoveton three years ago, took the runner up spot in the Enjoy England Awards for Excellence category for large visitor attractions, which was won by the Blists Hill Victorian town at Telford in Shropshire.

A family fun attraction set in a Broads woodland has won a silver award in a national tourism awards ceremony.

Bewilderwood, the tree-house adventure park which opened at Hoveton three years ago, took the runner up spot in the Enjoy England Awards for Excellence category for large visitor attractions, which was won by the Blists Hill Victorian town at Telford in Shropshire.

The park caters for children of all ages letting them, and their imaginations, run riot in a safe woodland setting which also features boat rides, slides and zip wires.

The awards to 46 gold and silver winners, run by VisitEngland, were announced at a ceremony held at the Brighton Dome.


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They were picked from more than 100 regional winners and assessed by a team of judges including tourism industry experts, travel writers and previous gold winners.

East of England Tourism chairman Dr Derek Langslow said 'These awards are the highest accolades the tourism industry can win.'

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