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Pixie Village sets up summer camp at Sudeley Castle

For the month of August at Sudeley Castle, visitors can follow the nature trail and discover the Pixie Village, reading instructions on large boards explaining all there is to do and see.

Whether your children are fans of the mischief-making Cornish pixies from Harry Potter or the clever and cunning creatures from Artemis Fowl, kids of all ages will delight in discovering tiny homes of the woodland people through their magical village at the Cotswold attraction.

From Fairytale Book House to the Portobello Penthouse, young visitors are invited to take part in pixie themed tasks, along the outdoor nature trail, learning fun facts about pixies from their colourful dwellings to charming companions.

General manager, Shane Samarawikrema says: "The Pixie Village at Sudeley Castle promises an enchanting family day out this summer. Our magical gardens have fallen under the spell of these spritely creatures and are bursting with bright blooms and wildlife, offering a chance to play like real pixie folk, dance amidst the blossom and discover the secrets of forest folklore.

"Our regal castle rooms and the beautifully restored St. Mary's Church are all now open, as well as the beloved Pheasantry and adventure playground, complete with a giant fort, zip wire and more. We can't wait to welcome families back this summer."

A range of freshly prepared light bites and snacks are available from the Castle Kitchen Pantry on arrival, while the Terrace Café, located in the Banqueting Hall, offers a wider menu of speciality drinks, snacks and hot and cold food, made using locally sourced ingredients.

It starts this Friday (30st July) and tickets can be booked online at www.sudeleycastle.co.uk or by calling 01242 604244.

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