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ROBIN HILL TO MAKE DREAMS COME TRUE WITH CHRISTMAS EVENT


Robin Hill will be hosting a brand new and spectacular Christmas evening event this December entitled ‘POLAR’.

Running over 4 weekends, the event will feature a stunning new Amphitheatre production that will delight audiences of all ages, plus a host of other festive activities as part of the award-winning event series at Downend.

This newest addition to Robin Hill’s annual events calendar promises to be the most magical yet, delighting families of all ages as well as couples looking for a unique and romantic way to spend a winter’s evening.

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Visitors will be able to take the Winter Woodland Walk through sparkling ancient forests, enjoy the festive atmosphere of the POLAR Village with traditional hot food and drinks and hop on board the Big Red Express where Father Christmas himself takes the wheel. POLAR Hollow will give visitors of all ages to chance to meet Pippa, the life-sized cuddly polar bear.

Robin Hill’s rides will be given a winter makeover with the Cows Express Junior Ride perfect for little ones, and the 4D Motion Cinema exclusively showing ‘Santa’s Sleigh Ride’.

The event finale will be a dazzling Amphitheatre show that follows the magical tale of one boy’s Christmas dream come true, in a sensational dance and acrobatic theatre style production.

Speaking about the new event, Alec Dabell, Managing Director and Owner said:

“We are delighted to bring this brand new and totally unique experience to the Isle of Wight. We think POLAR could be “the” event for families and loved ones this Christmas”.

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Tickets for this limited capacity event go on sale at 10:00 Thursday 27th June, with Frequent Visitor Pass holders eligible for an exclusive discounted rate of just £17.50 for the first 4 days only of POLAR.

For more information and to book your POLAR experience visit www.robin-hill.com/POLAR.

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Barry Chantler
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Barry Chantler

Too expensive for family with 2 or 3 children.
If you charge a fair entrance fee you will get more foot fall simples

Kathleen
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Kathleen

I Have not read anywhere about access for the disable
with wheelchair scooters e t c and it is far to expensive for family with kids as family normally have more then one child who are on low income e t c I don’t think you are Inculding all people should be free entrance for all

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