Dalkeith Country Park’s lit up by Spectacle of Light

Tuesday December 14th 2021


Written by Midlothian View Reporter, Luke Jackson

Dalkeith Country Park has been in a charity partnership with CHAS since May 2019 raising money for children with life limiting conditions through a series of events and donations from across the business. As the partnership draws to a close on December 31st, to allow Dalkeith Country Park to create opportunities with another charity in 2022, the team at Dalkeith Country Park is determined to raise as much as possible before the end of the year.

The Park’s Santa Fun Run and the Rainbow’s End feature within Spectacle of Light will be the last two major fundraising drives where people can help Dalkeith Country Park raise money for CHAS children and families.

‘The Rainbow’s End’ in Spectacle of Light is an area dedicated to CHAS. Visitors to the event can make contactless donations as they tie rainbow ribbons of gratitude between the park’s trees. Last year the feature generated £3,100 which the team are hoping to beat this Christmas.

Dalkeith Country Park’s Spectacle of Light is a visual extravaganza of lights for both adults and children. This fantastical winter experience is designed to be enjoyed with family and friends, immersing themselves in the light and sparkle of adventure park Fort Douglas and its surroundings.

From the tree top viewing platforms to the carpet of colour encircling the magnificent Orangerie, families are invited to take a magical woodland walk and experience the new luminescent Bloom feature as well as discovering new sparkling installations for 2021, including the Nutcracker Garden and the flickering Field of Fire.

For times and ticket information see Spectacle of Light

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