A popular attraction in Arnold has risen to the challenges posed by social distancing to reopen for the 2020 tourism season.
Notts Maze is set to reopen to the public tomorrow (July 25) and promises to be bigger and better than ever.
The corn maze can be found on Lime Lane and will be three times bigger than it was in 2019, making it harder to conquer for visitors.
The maze takes up 12 acres of land with some paths up to two-miles long.
Those taking part can buy an escape route map for £1, which is refundable if they return the envelope unopened.
Maze director Aaron Cowley said: “We are really excited to welcome new and returning customers and show everyone our improved maze.”
Two new attractions will be launching this year with plans for a forestry school and bushcraft sessions being announced.
The Forestry school will be open every Tuesday during the summer holidays between 10am-1pm and offers three hours of fun for all little explorers.
At the Bushcraft Sessions children can learn new survival skills, including shelter building, fire lighting and tree identification.
More details can be found at the website here: https://www.maize-maze.co.uk/