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Could you navigate Norfolk's newest maize maze?

PUBLISHED: 15:38 27 June 2019 | UPDATED: 15:38 27 June 2019

An aerial view of JR's Maize Maze at Rossis in North Walsham. Picture: Kevin Smith

An aerial view of JR's Maize Maze at Rossis in North Walsham. Picture: Kevin Smith

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Do you think you could find your way out of a labyrinth of paths cut into a field of maize grown eight feet high?

JR's Maize Maze, growing at Rossis Leisure in North Walsham. Picture: RossisJR's Maize Maze, growing at Rossis Leisure in North Walsham. Picture: Rossis

It may sounds like a scene from a Hollywood thriller, but thankfully there won't be anyone in hot pursuit of the visitors to Norfolk's newest 'maize maze' - which is due to open in North Walsham on July 15.

Rossis Leisure is growing the JR's Maize Maze attraction on a 10-acre field, which will not only feature a puzzle of pathways cut into the maize, but also an artificial beach.

Owner, Bruce Rossi, said: "After lots of planning and hard work, we're delighted that our maize maze is about to open and provide a fantastic new attraction for both the people of Norfolk and all those visitors who come to enjoy holidays in our wonderful county too.

"We believe ours is the only maze in Norfolk with its very own man-made beach plus a full-size tenpin bowling alley and American diner on site too, free parking and lots more to do both inside and out for our visitors."

Rossis owner Bruce Rossi at the site of the maize field. Picture: RossisRossis owner Bruce Rossi at the site of the maize field. Picture: Rossis

MORE: 10 ways to get lost in a maze.

JR's Maize Maze, growing at Rossis Leisure in North Walsham. Picture: RossisJR's Maize Maze, growing at Rossis Leisure in North Walsham. Picture: Rossis

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