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BoudiccHare visits Burnham Deepdale

PUBLISHED: 17:31 13 June 2018 | UPDATED: 18:22 13 June 2018

BoudiccHare is in Burnham Deepdale Photo: Dalegate Market

BoudiccHare is in Burnham Deepdale Photo: Dalegate Market

Dalegate Market

Dalegate Market and Deepdale Backpackers and Camping welcomed a special guest for a week’s rest and relaxation.

BoudiccHare is in Burnham Deepdale Photo: Dalegate Market BoudiccHare is in Burnham Deepdale Photo: Dalegate Market

BoudiccHare is in the visitor information centre for the week until June 19 before the GoGoHares Trail begins.

Jason Borthwick, team member at Deepdale Backpackers and Camping, said: “It’s always nice to welcome royalty to Burnham Deepdale, and we couldn’t have asked for a higher royal than the Queen of the Iceni. Particularly that she’s staying with us for a week, and is very welcoming to visitors.”

Visitors are welcome to see BoudiccHare, which is sponsored by small businesses called the Friends of Iceni and any donations will go to Break.

BoudiccHare will join 49 other hares as part of the GoGoHares Trail, which begins on June 24 and carries on until September.

BoudiccHare is in Burnham Deepdale Photo: Dalegate Market BoudiccHare is in Burnham Deepdale Photo: Dalegate Market

Full details of the GoGoHares Trail and programme can be found on www.gogohares.co.uk.

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