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The festive season maybe awash with twinkling lights, but deep in the darkest woods in Kent’s Weald isan illuminated winter wonder land that presents the mina new, different and breath-taking way.
This is the first year bed ge bury Pine tum at goud hurst has presented Christmas at B edge bury, a forest of festive lights amid the Forestry Commission’s woodland. The illuminated wonderland, which runs until Sunday, December30, transforms the pine tum into a light show complete with musicalY around, including Christmas carols. The trail starts with colourful water fountains dancing in time to themusic -but they are only atiny glimpse of what treats there are to come.
There are illuminated walkways, singing lamp posts, giant Christmas trees and opportunities for selfies at every turn, even with humongous mistletoe.
At each turn, there is another breath taking light show. The Tunnel of Light with its million pea-lights along a 70m walk way does take your breath away, while a lake view of rings of fire in the Fire-garden had visitors mesmerised at the water’ s edge. The Pitaya Wisps high upin the trees need to be seen to be believed, and are unique to bed ge bury. The mile-long route can take as short or long at i meas you would like and there is so much to see you won’t find yourselves crowding behind others.
The Pitaya Wisps up in the trees are unique There are illuminated forest walkways