Alice cro­quet lawn launch

North Wales Weekly News - - NEWS -

IF YOU fancy knock­ing up a bit of whacky cro­quet, us­ing flamin­gos to hit hedge­hogs, then your wish has been granted.

The Queen’s Cro­quet Lawn is now open for busi­ness at Llan­dudno’s Happy Val­ley, near the Cam­era Ob­scura.

The new at­trac­tion, part of the A.L.I.C.E. com­mu­nity in­ter­est com­pany, is hop­ing to cash in on the town’s as­so­ci­a­tion with Alice in Won­der­land.

The game is promised to be a lit­tle bit zany, in line with Lewis Car­roll’s cre­ation, with mal­lets that look like flamin­gos and balls mod­elled on hedge­hogs.

There’s also the prom­ise of Mad Hat­ter rules, just in case it wasn’t crazy enough for those who fancy knock­ing up.

The at­trac­tion rounds off the White Rab­bit app tour, which guides visi­tors around the town with vir­tual re­al­ity char­ac­ters as their guide.

The game costs £2 per per­son and it will be open be­tween 11am4.30pm daily through­out the sum­mer hol­i­days.

The Alice char­ac­ters get ready for a novel game of cro­quet

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