Set to delight visitors once again this summer, the blooming beautiful Confetti Flower Field on the Wyke Manor Estate will be open for 10 days between Friday 21 June and Sunday 30 June 2019.
Despite the flowers not coming into full bloom just yet, the company behind the pop-up floral event has confirmed that the fields will still only remain open until Sunday 30 June 2019, as planned.
In a statement on its Instagram page, the farming firm explained that an extended opening isn’t possible because of the logistics of running such an event before the harvest. They said: ‘Working with nature and the weather is always difficult and we appreciate your understanding.’
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A lot of people are asking if we'll stay open longer, because the flowers aren't quite in full bloom yet. We're sorry, but this isn't possible. We will close for the season at 5pm on Sunday 30th June. The logistics of running this pop-up event mean that it's impossible to extend it. Working with nature and the weather is always difficult and we appreciate your understanding. Big thanks to @enterpriseuk for making the tooing and froing a little easier ?? #confettifields #confettifields2019 #comeandvisit #confettifarm #delphiniums #flowerfields #specialplace #workingwithnature #britishsummer #supportbritishfarmers #realflowerpetalconfetti
Open from 10am to 5pm daily, the gorgeous attraction is sure to offer a stunning spectacle, with acres of delphiniums and cornflowers just waiting to be explored.
Whether you’re dreaming of wandering among the blooms, snapping the perfect Instagram, or a romantic day out, there’s the chance to explore the colourful field, take some pictures and soak up the sights, before relaxing with tea and cake in the pop-up café.
There’s no need to pre-book for the Confetti Flower Fields, with admission costing £5.00 for adults and £2.50 for children aged six to 16 and free parking available.
For more information call (01386) 555045.
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