A UNIQUE woodland adventure park next to the historic Cholmondeley Castle is set to open its doors next month.

BeWILDerwood has chosen Cheshire as the location for its second multi-million pound park which will launch on April 12.

Tickets for the attraction go on sale at 12pm today (March 4).

The adventure park, which will be able to open from that date under the Government's step-by-step plan to ease Covid-19 lockdown restrictions, promises the biggest wonky wooden play structures and treehouses you can imagine, high up in the trees, as well as a massive, muddled maze, wobbly zip wires and giant slippery slides.

Designed to be in-keeping with its natural surroundings, BeWILDerwood has no noisy rides, no electronics and no junk food. All activities and crafts are included in the ticket price.

The company’s ethos is to leave technology behind, get outdoors and use your imagination.

Since the success of BeWILDerwood’s award-winning woodland in Norfolk, the new Cheshire attraction has been in the works for some time.

A new BeWILDerwood adventure park is set to open in Cheshire.

A new BeWILDerwood adventure park is set to open in Cheshire.

Tom Blofield, creator of the parks and author of the magical book series that BeWILDerwood is based on, said: "We can’t wait to finally open the gates to the people of Cheshire and beyond.

"When thinking about opening a second park and after looking at a few options, I just knew Cheshire was the right choice.

"The woodland is the perfect setting for the Boggles and Twiggles and all the other curious characters from the books.

"I hope our visitors love the wonky world of BeWILDerwood just as much as the Norfolk folk. The key is to use your imagination and simply have fun together as a family."

Park manager Hannah Monteverde added: "The whole team is super excited about our opening on the 12th of April. We’d originally planned on opening last year, but due to the pandemic, we’ve had to push it back.

"It’s given us even more time for our team to ensure everything is extra WILD before our visitors enter through our wonky gates."