Christmas Woodland Panto goes to Yarnia

Event Name Christmas Woodland Panto goes to Yarnia
Start Date 8th Dec 2018 1:30pm
End Date 8th Dec 2018 3:30pm
Duration 2 hours
Description

SOLD OUT                              Family Friendly Walk

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Weather forecast is for it to be quite showery during the event so please come dressed appropriately!

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Get into the Christmas spirit on this festive pantomime walk in the woods around Yarner, in the East Dartmoor National Nature Reserve.

There will be plenty of audience participation and silliness along the way but be warned this event carries a bad acting warning! Paths can be muddy and uneven in places. Please wear suitable footwear and warm outdoor clothing.

As a thank you to National Lottery players who have helped fund projects like this we are offering free entry to National Lottery players. Book your place on the Woodland Trust website and bring your National Lottery ticket dated for draws taking place from Saturday 24 November 2018 up to and including Saturday  8 December 2018 to claim your free entry. (One Lottery ticket per person)

Otherwise tickets are £2 per person. (Dots and under 5's free)

To book your place and get your tickets go to the Woodland Trust ticket website https://woodlandtrusttickets.cloudvenue.co.uk/yarnerwoodchristmaspanto

For more information contact Andy Bailey andy@moorthanmeetstheeye.org

This event is organised by Moor than meets the eye Landscape Partnership in conjunction with Natural England, the Woodland Trust and Dartmoor National Park as part of the Discovering the Nature of the Bovey Valley project.


Meet at the Woodland centre, East Dartmoor NNR, Yarner Wood, TQ13 9LJ. Follow the Brown Signs for East Dartmoor

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Last update: 07 Dec 2018 3:58pm