Muddy March

Family Event
Sun 1st March 2020 to Tue 31st March 2020

50% OFF
Throughout the month of March (01/03-31/03), we're offering 50% off our Grounds, Stables & Parkland admission to all those who come wearing their wellies! Simply show off your wellies at out ticket desk & receive the discount. 

We'll also be giving you & your family or friends (x4) the chance to win a FREE Hall & Grounds Pass, as well as a tasty breakfast at Stables Kitchen! All you have to do to win is create the most magically muddy moment, capture it on camera and share it with us on social media.

Only individuals wearing typical wellington boots will be valid for 50% discount. 
The Hall & Grounds Pass can be redeemed and used at any time throughout 2020. 

To qualify for the photo competition, the shot must be taken on our grounds and shared (tagged) with us on any of our social media channels: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter - using the hashtag #MuddyMarch. The winner will be chosen at random on 02/04/20. 
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