Fairy Fair at Holt this weekend is a sell-out
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A magical woodland event which gets children involved with nature in enchanting ways has sold out this weekend.
Organisers of the Fairy Fair, held in the grounds of Holt Hall, feared the clash with the BBC1 Big Weekend in Norwich might affect ticket sales.
But spokesman Abbie Panks said the 5,500 tickets had actually sold out in record time.
The fair which includes wing and wand-making, a pixie post office, story-telling, entertainers and live music has been running for 14 years - and the last seven have all sold out.
The fair, on Sunday and Monday, is run by the Fairyland Trust, which was formed in 2001, and has hosted more than 70,000 people though its events and workshops.
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