Find Peter Rabbit rocks around St Albans for free tickets to Willows Activity Farm

PUBLISHED: 09:00 22 July 2018

Peter Rabbit rock. Picture: Stripe Communications

Peter Rabbit rock. Picture: Stripe Communications

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Peter Rabbit-themed rocks will be dotted the city for children to find as part of a collaboration between St Albans Rocks and Willows Activity Farm.

Lily Bobtail  rock. Picture: Stripe CommunicationsLily Bobtail rock. Picture: Stripe Communications

Anyone who finds a rock, decorated with Beatrix Potter characters including Peter Rabbit, Benjamin Bunny and Lily Bobtail, will win four admission tickets to Willows. The rocks can be found around St Albans from Tuesday, July 17, and can be redeemed until Sunday, September 2.

St Albans Rocks is a community-run group which aims to continue encourage creativity and exploration in the community. They are working with the farm as part of Willows’ ‘Summer Spectacular’ programme, which will feature a Peter Rabbit adventure playground, Mr Tod’s lair, summer sports day races and live shows.

Visitors will also be able to have a meet and greet with Peter Rabbit and his friends, as well as enjoying the sunshine and petting the animals at the farm.

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