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Roll up, roll up, to find out what’s in store at Sacrewell in 2015 as the centre opens its doors for free for one day only.

On January 24, admission fees will be wavered into Sacrewell, near Wansford, so that staff can tell all visitors about what they have in store for what promises to be a very exciting year, and start the year with some great promotional offers.

Visitors will be able to find out about planned events for the year including a star party on February 21, a traditional spring fair on May 3 and 4 and tons of summer fun.

Marketing executive Megan Allen said: “Sacrewell is part of the William Scott Abbott Trust, now in its 51st year as a local food and farming charity.

“We want to offer this opportunity to everyone who has visited Sacrewell in the past or has never been and is curious to see what we have here, so that they can discover for themselves that Sacrewell has something for everyone. From heritage enthusiasts to young parents, budding photographers to animal lovers, we’ve got it covered.”

Sacrewell’s HLF Watermill Project is due to be completed in May and at the half-way point, project officers will be talking to visitors about what has happened and the next steps, as well as their grand plans to re-launch the mill later in the year.

The Playbarn will of course be open, and for one day only they’ll be running a membership offer for new customers who can take advantage of a 20 per cent discount off their new membership.

Sacrewell is just off the A47 near Wansford see


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