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Spectacle of Light returns to Sudeley Castle

Where: Sudeley Castle, Winchcombe

When: November 30 to December 30 (selected dates)

Sudeley Castle's hugely popular Spectacle of Light returns for its fourth year this winter.

Visitors to the Winchcombe castle will be able to follow some of the magical characters from Peter Pan on this beautiful night-time trail.

The dazzling event, which takes place on selected dates from November 30 until December 30, will see the historic castle and gardens transformed by an illuminated display of light and colour as darkness falls on the Cotswold Hills.

Visitors will be able to follow a breathtaking trail around Sudeley Castle's stunning grounds, marvelling at the romantic ruins and majestic gardens, all lit under the stars.

Visitors will also be able to enjoy music, art installations and meet costumed characters along the route which will transport them to a magical winter wonderland.

Peter Pan, Wendy, Tinker Bell and the villainous Captain Hook will all feature in the spectacle, from J M Barrie's timeless classic, Peter Pan.

Visitors will also be able to make a wish and support the children of Great Ormond Street Hospital.

A host of other dramatic lighting installations promise to make this year's event the best yet - including the First Light, the Garden of Blooms, Giant Flowers, Moroccan Lanterns and much more.

Tickets are on sale now, available from the Sudeley Castle website or by phone on 01242 705555, or in person at the Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham.

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