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Spring Festival returns to Brent Cross with a Spectacle of Light

PUBLISHED: 10:58 31 March 2017

The Spring Festival and Spectacle of Light is returning to Brent Cross

The Spring Festival and Spectacle of Light is returning to Brent Cross

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The popular Spring Festival is returning to Brent Cross with an added special attraction - the Spectacle of Light.

The Spring Festival in Brent Cross will play host to the largest fairground wheel in the countryThe Spring Festival in Brent Cross will play host to the largest fairground wheel in the country

The Luminaire Light arches from Hyde Park will be part of a unique light show in Brent Cross from this evening until May 2.

A fun fair, a staple part of the Spring Festival, will include the largest fairground wheel in the UK which at night will light up as part of a state-of-the-art LED light show.

A host of family-friendly entertainment includes a maze, stilt walkers, and face painting. There will also be guest appearances from Peppa Pig and Paw Petrol on selected dates.

Tom Nathan, general manager of Brent Cross, said: “We’re thrilled to be hosting a new attraction for families to enjoy this Spring at Brent Cross.

“From the luminaire arches to the spectacular light shows, there really is something for the whole family!”

Cost is £3 per person with one free entry per phone with the Brent Cross PLUS App.

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