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Families flocked to Ness Botanic Gardens on the Wirral for the annual Children’s Fun Day.
The event attracted over 860 children, including a whole Brownie pack, to enjoy a range of activities from falcon displays, creepy crawly show, miniature gardens, circus skills, face painting and the ever popular pony rides.
Kevin Reid, Director at the gardens, said: “It is great to see so many families enjoying Ness and we aim to attract children to Ness as the gardeners’ of the future.”
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