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Deer Walk and Light Lunch

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Tatton Park
Knutsford
Cheshire
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Work up your appetite and join the rangers for a guided walk of the winter parkland. See Tatton’s deer in their natural surroundings and finish at the Stables Restaurant for a light lunch.

Telephone: 01625 374428
10am - 12 noon
Cost - £13 (Includes park entry)

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