Alice croquet lawn launch
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