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Pumpkin Carving at Lulworth

When? 28 Oct 2019 to 29 Oct 2019
Where? Lulworth

  • Pumpkin Carving at Lulworth

As the nights draw in and Halloween comes around, come and join the Ranger team and carve your own pumpkin. We will provide all you need, Pumpkin and tool.

Monday 28th & Tuesday 29th October

Time: 11:30am

Meet at: Lulworth Cove Visitor Centre (BH20 5RQ)

Duration: Approximately 1 hour.

Price: £5 per carved pumpkin

Accessibility: Full wheelchair access is available.

Please call (01929) 400587 or 400155 to book or find out more!

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