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Enchanted light trail planned for Cotswold Farm Park

This winter, you will be able to see Cotswold Farm Park in a whole new light as Adam Henson announces a new light trail.

Running from November 26 to January 3, the family friendly trail will allow visitors to see the farm after dark in all its illuminated glory and will take around 90 minutes to complete.

Farm park owner Adam Henson said: "Brand new for 2020, I am super excited to announce that we'll be holding an Enchanted Light Trail this winter.

"To end what's been a difficult year for us all, in a show of magical positivity, we're partnering up with specialists Tarren 'events made' to bring you a spectacular journey of festive celebration.

"This is a first for our farm and I can't wait to share it with you."

Trail start times are staggered to ensure social distancing is possible and visitors are asked to follow current government guidelines in terms of how many people you book for on the night and be mindful of others' space when following the trail.

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