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Win a family ticket to Fairhaven Outdoor Cinema

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Win a family ticket to Fairhaven Outdoor Cinema

All Things Norfolk have teamed up with Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden to provide you with the chance to win a family ticket to Fairhaven's Outdoor Cinema on either Friday 2nd August to see the Greatest Showman or Saturday 3rd August to see Mary Poppins (1964) . The prize incorporates Garden entry for that day from 10am and then the film at 8.30pm . 

Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden in South Walsham consists of 130 acres of cultivated, wild and natural plantings, a haven for wildlife enthusiasts. There are nearly 4 miles of woodland pathways to explore along with stunning views over their private broad.

To be in with a chance of winning the family ticket (2 adults and 2 children) all you need to do is email which film you would like to see to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with "Fairhaven Outdoor Cinema" in the title and include your address and telephone number in case you win!

CONGRATULATIONS TO EMMA C OF NORWICH WHO WON THIS COMPETITION

The competition closes at 6pm on Sunday 14th July 2019 and the winner will be the first correct answer drawn at random by the All Things Norfolk Team after the competition deadline. The winner will be notified by e-mail and only 1 entry per person, no equivalent cash prize.  

Fairhaven Outdoor Cinema

The Greatest Showman, Friday 2 August

Mary Poppins (1964), Saturday 3 August.

Both films start at 8.30pm

Tickets:

Cinema only, arrival from 6pm. Adults £15, Children £13.

Cinema and Garden entry from 10am. Adult £20, Children £12.50.

BBQ, cinema snacks and drinks available from 6pm. Food is cash only. Licensed bar available.
Please bring your own blankets and chairs, remember to wrap up warm.

No dogs, except guide dogs, will be allowed at this event.
Book online via 
www.fairhavengarden.co.uk
T. 01603 270449, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..uk

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Last modified on Sunday, 14 July 2019 20:39

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