Woodland Lantern Walk

Event Name Woodland Lantern Walk
Start Date 6th Oct 2018 7:00pm
End Date 6th Oct 2018 9:00pm
Duration 2 hours

Discover the woodlands of the Bovey Valley at night, lit up with magical lights. This year the theme of our popular lantern event is moths and creatures of the night as we explore Pullabrook Wood. We’ll be celebrating this wonderful nature reserve throughout the night. Listen to wild stories and fiery music, and like moths be drawn to the twinkling candle light.

Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

Tickets are £2 per person, booking is essential via the Woodland trust Website. https://woodlandtrusttickets.cloudvenue.co.uk/lanternwalkatpullabrookwood

Tickets will go on sale at 9.30am on Friday 14th September

This event can be very popular so get your tickets as soon as they go on sale to avoid missing out.

Before you book

This event is special because it takes place in a wood on the edge of Dartmoor. However, the woodland paths can be uneven in places and it will also be very dark- so please take extra care, wear suitable footwear and bring a torch. There will be no onsite refreshments, please bring your own.

This event is organised by Moor than meets the eye in partnership with Woodland Trust, Natural England and Dartmoor National Park Authority

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Last update: 27 Sep 2018 1:38pm