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Fairies are back at Narborough

PUBLISHED: 11:55 25 March 2008 | UPDATED: 10:49 08 July 2010

A FAIRY Fair, organised by conservation charity the Fairyland Trust, takes place at Narborough Hall in July.

The fair is billed as a fun day out for all the family where visitors can build magical dens, fairy houses or set out a fairy banquet in the woods, follow the trail to see the Fairy Queen, cook with trolls, hang out with pirates, dance round the maypole, visit the craft stalls and the Pixie Post office or listen to magical stories under the great Beech tree.

A FAIRY Fair, organised by conservation charity the Fairyland Trust, takes place at Narborough Hall in July.

The fair is billed as a fun day out for all the family where visitors can build magical dens, fairy houses or set out a fairy banquet in the woods, follow the trail to see the Fairy Queen, cook with trolls, hang out with pirates, dance round the maypole, visit the craft stalls and the Pixie Post office or listen to magical stories under the great Beech tree.

Because of the popularity of the fair's workshops organisers are limiting spaces on workshops to two per child.

The Fair is open on July 26/27, 10am-5pm and has something for all the family.

Tickets for the Fair are now available online. Visit www.fairylandtrust.org


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