The award-winning Fairy Fair returns with its magical events at two enchanting new venues in the heart of Norfolk.
The Fairy Fair which raises funds for Fairyland Trust, the Norfolk based charity with a national reputation for introducing families to flowers, wildlife and trees, rested in 2017, but will return to a new stunning location Primrose Woods, Stradsett Hall, over the late May Bank Holiday weekend (26/27 May).
The event, a firm favourite with families, offers magical activities to delight children and entertain the adults, which loyal visitors have come to love, including the renowned workshops such as: Fairy Gardens, Crowns, Elf Training and of course, Fairy Training. There will also be a series of drop-in workshops including Fairy Flowers based upon native wildflowers.
Families can partake in pirate games, tend cuddly British wildlife and other magical creatures in the fairyland wildlife hospital, send postcards to family and friends from the pixie post office, have their picture taken in the fairyland photo booth and much more
Cheeky bees, beautiful wildflower fairies and the Fairy King and Queen will be some of the amazing characters to meet, plus a host of other special guests too!
The event, which has been described as ‘THE children’s event of the year’ also features Stilt-walkers Entertainers, Maypole Dancing, Storytelling plus, great live music
A host of other local food outlets will be open to keep people fed, there is also the onsite pub “The Good Elf’ selling local award-winning ale and cider. For shopping there are craft stalls, selling hand-made and fairly-traded goods – Plenty to keep all ages entertained throughout the day
It is strongly advised that tickets are booked in advance for this popular event. Bookable workshops can be booked on the day at the information tent.
The Fairy Fair is a truly magical day out for all the family, bringing the magic of nature alive