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Win a family ticket to Fairhaven Garden Easter Egg Hunt

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Win a family ticket to Fairhaven Garden Easter Egg Hunt

All Things Norfolk have teamed up with Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden to provide you with the chance to win a family ticket to their popular Easter Egg Hunt which takes place on Good Friday, 19th April 2019 between 11am and 4pm. 

Hunt for the colourful eggs that will lead you to a chocolate egg prize, plus face painting and Easter crafts for children.

Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden in South Walsham consists of 130 acres of cultivated, wild and natural plantings, a haven for wildlife enthusiasts. There are nearly 4 miles of woodland pathways to explore along with stunning views over their private broad. 

To be in with a chance of winning the family ticket (2 adults and 2 children) please e-mail the answer to the following question to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with "Fairhaven Easter competition" in the title and include your address and telephone number in case you win!

Question : Which Broadland Village is Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden situated in?

The competition closes at 6pm on Saturday 31st March 2019 and the winner will be the first correct answer drawn at random by the All Things Norfolk Team after the competition deadline. The winner will be notified by e-mail and only 1 entry per person, no equivalent cash prize.  

If you are not lucky enough to win this competition you can book online by visiting https://fairhavengarden.merlintickets.co.uk/product/EV0023 . The cost of the Easter Egg Hunt is £2.50 per child plus the normal entry charge which is adult £6.85, concessions £6.60, child (5 to 16) £3.95 and under five free. 

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