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Win an annual family pass to BeWILDerwood

11:27 23 May 2014

Your chance to win an annual family pass to BeWILDerwood

Your chance to win an annual family pass to BeWILDerwood

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Just five minutes and a whole world away! Welcoming over a million visitors since it’s opening in 2007, this marshy woodland with over 14,000 broad-leaf trees is a true haven for inquisitive young minds.

A day at BeWILDerwood means endless hours spent together with family and friends, exploring and engaging in the wild Norfolk landscape. Take lazy boat rides across Sccaaaaary Lake, dress up and join in with the enchanting daily storytelling. Cross Jungle Bridges, clamber up to the tallest treehouses, whizz down Wobbly Wires and get befuddled in the marvellous Mudlde Maze. Ooo-eeee! With wonderful special events throughout the year, a brand new Sky Maze opening in time for the Summer holidays – this is a world with more than a little sprinkling of Twiggle dust. Find out more about Bewliderwood by going to bewilderwood.co.uk

BeWILDerwood has teamed up with Mustard TV to give you and your family the chance to Run WILD for a year – with a ‘Let’s all BeWILD Family Pass’. Simply visit http://www.mustardtv.co.uk/win/ to enter.

Good luck!

6 comments

  • Collinf1 Where the question is has only just appeared. Abbi Brown. Are you for real ???

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    "V"

    Saturday, May 24, 2014

  • sooooo have we gotta go out and buy a paper to enter then?

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    Abbi Brown

    Thursday, May 22, 2014

  • The question is on the Mustard tv site on the WIN tab http:www.mustardtv.co.ukwin

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    collinf1

    Thursday, May 22, 2014

  • Probably the question has been censored by Archant, like they censor alot of comments.

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    "V"

    Thursday, May 22, 2014

  • Nope can't see one either, shame I blooming love bewilderwood!

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    Norfolkgal

    Thursday, May 22, 2014

  • I can't see a question....am I or my computer being daft?

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    BigAl

    Thursday, May 22, 2014

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