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Pupils enjoy 'amaizing' fun as new dino maze is unveiled at Skylark in Wimblington




Children from a local school were involved in a dinosaur hunt on today (Thursday) when the Skylark Garden Centre launched this year's maize maze attraction.

Owen Askew, 7, Amelia Hathaway, 6, and Annabell Wesley, 11, with the dinosaur at the entrance to the maize maze. (3047051)
Owen Askew, 7, Amelia Hathaway, 6, and Annabell Wesley, 11, with the dinosaur at the entrance to the maize maze. (3047051)

The centre on Manea Road, Wimblington, invited pupils from Guyhirn CofE School to help launch the maze which has seen a giant 150m tall Tyrannosaurus Rex carved from a living field of maize plants.

The view of the new T-Rex shaped maize maze at Skylark captured from a helicopter. (3047043)
The view of the new T-Rex shaped maize maze at Skylark captured from a helicopter. (3047043)

Created by Skylark's Ed Gowler the monster dinosaur is just one of a host of new attractions for this summer and the children who were from three of the school's year groups: Year 1, Year 2 and Year 6, got to try them all out.



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