Riverside business enlists farmer’s help to carve out new maze
- Credit: Waveney River Centre
There is nothing fishy about a Norfolk tourist attraction's new garden feature – except its shape.
Waveney River Centre near Beccles has teamed up with a neighbouring farmer to create a giant maze in the shape of a fish.
The waterside business enlisted the help of Will Graham to carve out the feature in a field of maize.
The maze takes around 90 minutes to complete and has 10 corny questions hidden inside for explorers to solve.
James Knight, Waveney River Centre managing director, said: 'We wanted to offer our guests something a bit different this year.
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'So far the maze has been very popular but make sure you visit soon – because maize mazes are here today and corn tomorrow.'
The maze is open to everyone until the end of September.
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Tickets are available from Waveney River Centre reception and are priced at £5 each or £15 for a family of four. Under fives are free.