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Dwarves Phil (4ft 6”) and Aimee (4ft) Holden with their 5 yr old son Patrick from Canterbury were first to take advantage of the early season opening at Tulleys Farm Maze near Crawley, W.Sussex.

Explains Tulleys Farm maze master Stuart Beare, “The maize crop is currently about 4 ft (1.2 metres) high. Adults can still see over the top, but while the maize is still growing it is an ideal time for young children to visit. In fact anyone less than 4 foot can already get lost in the maze.”

Tulleys Farm Maze will be open daily from Saturday 7th July and during the first week (Saturday 7th to Friday 13th July) everyone will pay just the child’s admission price.

The maze officially opens on Saturday 14 July when the closely kept secret of this year’s spellbinding theme will be revealed. Previous designs have included a Pirate, a Dinosaur and a sea monster.


Editor’s Notes

Open dates: Tulleys Maze Fun Park will be open daily from 10am – 6pm (last entry 5pm), from Saturday 7 July to Sunday 3 September inclusive. Then weekends only on 8&9, 15&16, 22&23 September.

Late night opening: There will be special torch light weekend openings from 7pm to 11pm (last entry 10pm) on Friday and Saturday evenings on: 24&25 Aug, 31 Aug & 1 Sept, 7&8 Sept, 14&15 Sept, 21&22 Sept.

Admission prices: Adult (14+) £7.95, Child (4-14) £6.95, Senior £6.95, Family (4 visitors including at least one child) £24.95. Free parking.

Location & contact: Tulleys Maze Fun Park, Turners Hill, Crawley, West Sussex RH10 4PE. Easy access via M25 & Junction 10 of M23. Tel: 01342 718472,
Tulleys Farm Maze

For media enquiries and photographs contact: David Leon, Partners Leisure, Tel: 01904 610077,

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