Published: 09:21, 16 December 2020
| Updated: 09:22, 16 December 2020
An illuminated festive trail has proved so popular organisers have extended its run into January.
Christmas at Bedgebury opened on December 4, after having its original opening date delayed due to the second national lockdown.
But the demand for tickets has meant organisers have now decided to extend its run at Bedgebury Pinetum in Goudhurst through to Sunday, January 17.
The one-mile magical illuminated trail - now in its third year - has become a must-see event, with woodland neon strings glowing in the moonlight, singing trees, a colourful Electric Forest, fire garden and the Tunnel of Light with more than 100,000 pea lights along the way.
As the event is outdoors, it is able to continue in line with Tier 3 restrictions.
Tickets are now available for selected dates up until January 17.