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Copied from the Home Page :- 'The young people of Leading Link have been working extremely hard together with professional artists to provide some permanent  amazing art installations in Plessey Woods and we are nearly there!  In partnership with NCC and with funding from the Sita Trust and the Foyer Federation, the young people have created pieces of eye-catching art such as a Quarry Henge, willow wonderland and an imaginative environment for Hobbits and Fairies around a mile long adventure!'

What is there to do?

There are many things to do in the woods other than looking at the installations. Around the trail you will find QR Codes that you can scan to see how each installation was made!
Upcoming events:

Grand Opening of the trail (April 2nd 1-5pm)

Lantern Trail (April 2nd 7pm-8:30pm Making lanterns from 1pm-5pm)

Lantern Making (April 5th 6pm-7pm)

Lantern Trail (April 5th 7pm-8:15pm)

Lantern Trail (April 5th 7:45pm-9pm)

Lantern Making (April 7th 6pm-7pm)

Lantern Trail (April 7th 7pm-8:15pm)

Lantern Trail (April 7th 7:45pm-9pm)

Lanterns cost £2 to make unless you are a Children's University passport holder.


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