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Date published: 21st September 2016
In Bacton Woods and Holt Country Park you can follow our trail through the magical woods and discover the myths and legends of the areas.
And for all those who enjoy fairy rings and toadstools, join expert Dr Tony Leech on a fungi walk.
Cllr Becky Palmer Cabinet Member for Leisure said: “It is getting to that time of year when things goes bump in the night and North Norfolk District Council’s Countryside Team is gearing up for some frighteningly good events in the week before Hallowe’en. Everyone should put the dates in the diary – these are going to be great fun.”
On Monday October 24 enjoy the Hallowe’en Trail at Holt Country Park between 10am and 12pm, or at Bacton Woods on Thursday October 27 between 10am and 12pm. And at 2pm on Monday October 24 join our Fungi Walk at Holt Country Park.
Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Last updated: 26th September 2016