The Carnival of the Animals, 26–27 March 2020, from £5.00 - Book now
There’s more to Wakefield than first meets the eye… join Kevin Trickett MBE for the Carnival of Animals, a walking tour around the city centre streets. The whole family will love discovering the birds, beasts and grotesqueries of Wakefield’s wild side. Keep your eyes peeled for dragons, griffins, birds, lions and don’t forget the unicorn!
Meet at 6.15pm outside Wakefield Town Hall in Wood Street. The walk will last between an hour and 90 minutes and will end near Wakefield Cathedral, so you can continue your evening in the magical fire garden of Wakefield’s Night of Fire and Light.
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