Monday, 17 August 2015


Last Tuesday, during our week off work, Hubs and I decided to head to a local maize maze with Hubs' sister,
our five-year-old nephew and Hubs' ten-year-old god-daughter.

We had a fantastic day and the weather was beautiful; we couldn't have asked for a better day exploring the three miles of pathways through the eight-acre maze that's planted in a different design each year. As Leicester is hosting three Rugby World Cup games later this year, the maze is in the shape of a rugby-player this year:
Image courtesy of Wistow Maze
Situated amongst some of south Leicestershire's most beautiful countryside, Wistow Maze really does offer a fantastic day out, away from the stresses and strains of everyday life...
Seriously, these two! *insert heart-eye emoji here*
Not only is there a maze, but there's also a fantastic play area for kids of all ages, and over the road, there's Wistow Rural Centre, which boasts a cafe, a few shops, a garden centre and a model village. 

Like I said, it's a great day out for all, an no, no-one has paid me to say this; I honestly had a great day and wanted to encourage as many of my Midlands-based readers to visit before it's too late (for this year at least)!
Check out the website for more info: 

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