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Belvoir Castle cancels Christmas Enlightened Trail event for TODAY because of stormy weather

High winds are here which are greater than the safety limits of the event.

A spokesperson said”

‘We continually monitor the wind conditions at the site to ensure the safety of our guests along the outdoor Enlightened Trail.

‘The forecast wind gusts for THIS EVENING (Tuesday 7th December) are predicted to be outside the safe limits to run the event so we have therefore taken the early decision to cancel the Enlightened Light trail only on Tuesday 7th December.

‘Ticket holders for tonight and the rest of the run are unaffected and the event will continue as normal. If you have tickets for the Light Trail on Tuesday 7th December, please complete the Contact Support form on the website and one of the team will respond with your rebooking options.’

The event will be back tomorrow Wednesday 8 December.

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You can still book for the event – see here

• Belvoir Castle announces A Regency Christmas and spectacular illuminated gardens!

Individual Christmas experience tickets for Castle and Garden and Combined tickets are available for the Regency Christmas and Enlightened Light Trail with pre-booking for the timed slots essential.

 

Peak and Off Peak Tickets are available for children aged 4-15, adults and families (2 adults, 2 children) starting from £12 child, £ 21 adult and £62 family for A Regency Christmas; £13 child, £17 adult, £56 family for Enlightened and £18 child, £27 adult and £90 family for the Combined offer.

 

Discount for groups of 15+, coach parking included, free entry and lunch for coach driver/ group tour organiser. Email groups@belvoircastle.com

To explore Belvoir at Christmas and pre-book visits, go to www.belvoirchristmas.com/event-category/christmas-2021/

 

 

 

 

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