01 February 2014

Win a Family Pass to BeWILDerwood


Boggle Wish Bonfire
Saturday 15th February – Sunday 23rd February


Hooray! The Boggles are sprinkling a little Boggle magic on BeWILDerwood this February half term and can’t wait for you to arrive! Pop along to the curious treehouse adventure for the re- light of the warming bonfires and to re-commence the party! The ‘Boggle Wish Bonfire’ is the first weeklong event of the season – head to the ‘Big Hat’ which you’ll find brimming with pinecones and twigs, card and tissue paper; pots and pans (borrowed from Swampy’s mum’s kitchen), and gallons and gallons of glittery glue! Get busy on your wish-making potion, (don’t forget to add a dollop of dreams) and join together at the fire pit to make all your wishes come true! 

Even though you will be busy there will still be time to explore and engage in the wild Norfolk landscape. Walk the Wobbly Wires, brave the Tricky Tunnels and take a lazy boat ride across Scaaaary Lake. Cross jungle bridges and visit treehouses and take time to enjoy the enchanting storytelling sessions and listen to the tales and adventures of Mildred, Swampy and the characters of the BeWILDerwood stories.




We visited BeWILDerwood last summer and we look forward to returning in Spring. It's a great place for outdoor family fun with plenty of climbing, sliding and swinging to be had by all.



You can read our full review here: 


*** WIN ***

For your chance to win a family pass to BeWILDerwood this February you can enter via the Rafflecopter entry form below.

The giveaway closes on 12th February 2014.

Good luck!


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Visit bewilderwood.co.uk and sign up to the Twiggle Times
to receive your 3 for 2 offer for February half term.


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98 comments :

  1. Following you via Google+ - Sarah Anguish

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  3. Following you via Bloglovin - http://www.bloglovin.com/boorooandtiggertoo

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  4. Who wouldn't want to visit, such a picturesque place with a magical quality and fun for all the family. Thanks for linking up and sharing this prize with Country Kids.

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  5. It looks wonderful, I'll definitely be taking G there in the spring

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  8. I love Bewilderwood! We love to go on the ziplines, the slides and the broken bridge! My daughter loves the storytelling best!

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  10. BeWILDerboat Junction sounds fab!

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  11. looks like an amazing place! no wonder you return again and again x x
    thanks for linking up x

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  12. The broken bridge is our favourite. I live in Norfolk and this is a great day out.

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  15. My Little ones love climbing and then onto the zip wires, It is a fab place to play, we have visited once and would love to go again!!!

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  16. My son has been and loved it, would love to take my daughter - she would love it too x

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  17. We Love Bewilderwood! Especially Mildred the crocklebog!

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  19. Toodlewood :-)

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  20. Toddlewood for my 3 year old, looks lovely :)

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  22. Never been before but my sons would love al of it! Fab comp :)
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  24. I am following on Bloglovin as Stephanie Tsang

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  25. I am following on Pinterest as Stephanie Cheung-Tsang

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  26. Following on Bloglovin. From Julie McLaren.

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  27. From Julie McLaren.. I will be watching my children do all the high stuff as i am height-phobic!

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  30. I've been once before, and enjoyed so much, but the climbing was great. So was spotting boglins

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  32. i'd like to see my two kids in toddlewood!

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  35. Follow on google+ jo welsh

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  36. the big slide :) (i chickened out lat time)

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  37. I think my kids would love the slippery slope.

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  39. I loved the boat ride last time we went. There's also a slide with a big bat at the bottom that was super cool.

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  40. I've followed on blog loving and on Pinterest. I'm superluckybecky.

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  42. The Broken Bridge

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  43. Would love to explore Toddlewood with my 2

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  44. Toddlewood! :-)

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  47. Twiggle and Boggle villages look great my 3 kids would have an amazing time!

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  48. Pam Francis Gregory10 February 2014 at 18:02

    The Broken Bridge

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  49. Pam Francis Gregory10 February 2014 at 18:04

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  50. I like the look of the Broken Bridge! My kids aren't very adventurous but maybe I could entice them....?

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  51. My son would love the slippery slope and the maze

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  52. Maria Jane Knight11 February 2014 at 11:20

    The BeWILDerboat Junction would be a huge hit with my little boy. He loves anything boat related :)

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  53. Swing Like King Louie , and lazy boat ride across Scaaary Lake sounds fun!

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  54. My twin boys would love it in Toddlewood Valley x

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  56. Building your own hut or camp

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  58. My girls would love the Broken Bridge not sure I would

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  59. followed on pinterest clare f wood

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  60. The Toddlewood areas.
    My eldest has been here with school but the littlies are yet to visit!

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  63. I would like to do the toddlewood areas :D

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  64. Wow looks great, would love to take my boys they would love it the Slippery slop and the muddle maze look great as do it all, what a great day out!!!!

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  65. following on google +, pinstrey and bloglovin Jo-Anne Holton

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  66. Thank you for the chance to win - im following via google+, pinterest, blogloving, twitter, facebook - omgoodness i sound like a stalker! haha I would love to take my kids to BeWILDerwood, the broken bridge looks fab - im sure they would love it!!

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  67. i cant see anything my son wouldnt like, he loves to climb and explore. this is right up his street, we go to nrofolk every year but it looks a bit pricey.

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  68. im following on bloglovin as mummylion

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  69. I think my little girl would love the open space and lots to explore.

    Have followed on bloglovin, google+ and pinterest :)

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  70. We've never been - it all looks great!

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  71. The thing i would most like to do at BeWILDerwood would be watch the smiles on my childrens faces as they had a great day!

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  73. Love to do the muddle maze! Emma Chester

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  74. would love to try zipwires and the hog roast!!

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