Animal feeding, workshops and more as Hundred River Maze opens for the summer

Hundred River's bee maze from 2015. Picture: Hundred River Maze.

Hundred River's bee maze from 2015. Picture: Hundred River Maze. - Credit: Archant

The Hundred River Maze will reopen to the public for the summer this weekend.

Located at Valley Farm in Sotterley, the theme for this year is barn owls and visitors can learn about owls in the British countryside while collecting all the stamps to win a prize.

The maze will open on Saturday, July 22, and will be open daily from 10am to 5pm until September 3.

As well as the maze, visitors can meet the farm animals, with feeding sessions everyday at 10.30am.

There is also a play area for the little ones and locally sourced food and drink on offer.

A series of workshops are also being staged, some of which are free, each day of the week. They include bug hunting, making bird boxes and planting trees to take home.

Admission to the maze is £4 for adults, £3.50 for children and £2.50 for concessions.

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