Circus, magic and family fun at Secret Garden Touring Park in Wisbech

PUBLISHED: 12:14 09 October 2018 | UPDATED: 12:14 09 October 2018

Secret Fen Fest. Paul Day, Burt Day, Tracy Harris and  Ped Clark. Picture: IAN CARTER

Secret Fen Fest. Paul Day, Burt Day, Tracy Harris and Ped Clark. Picture: IAN CARTER

AdGarry Samuels

Circus skills and magic fused for a day of family entertainment at a popular Fenland camp site.

Secret Fen Fest. Geoff Preen. Picture: IAN CARTERSecret Fen Fest. Geoff Preen. Picture: IAN CARTER

Secret Garden touring park held the Secret Fen Fest which featured stilt walking, magic and mind reading with Dean Odell and live music from Where’s Frank.

There was also soft play for younger children, bushcraft demonstrations and a bar.

Secret Fen Fest. Jacob Carter. Picture: IAN CARTERSecret Fen Fest. Jacob Carter. Picture: IAN CARTER

The day was organised by Claire Stewart and Clare Southwell and has been hailed a great success with people coming from across the region and as far away as Manchester.

Lesley Pollington of Secret Garden Touring Park in Mile Tree Lane, Wisbech, said: “Tickets were sold out and it was a really good event.

Secret Fen Fest. Picture: IAN CARTERSecret Fen Fest. Picture: IAN CARTER

“Everyone said how much they had enjoyed it. Its our first one and we definitely plan to do it next year.”

The next even is on Sunday December 2 from 10am to 3pm with a Christmas market.

Secret Fen Fest. Picture: IAN CARTERSecret Fen Fest. Picture: IAN CARTER

There will be a special guest visit from Father Christmas and a combination of festive food, drink and crafts.


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