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Community Weekends: free entry for Cornwall and Devon

£0.00 @ Eden Project
Free entry for various groups and businesses in Cornwall and Devon, plus their families.During selected weekends November 2016 – January 2017 http://www.edenproject.com/visit/whats-on/free-entry-we… Read More
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banned6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
Free entry for various groups and businesses in Cornwall and Devon, plus their families.During selected weekends November 2016 – January 2017

http://www.edenproject.com/visit/whats-on/free-entry-weekends-for-devon-and-cornwall
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#1
Excellent find op
I think that it should be in the freebies section though
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#2
Whoops. My mistake :)
Sorry
#3
Englishman we went yesterday @ a cost of £25 each and we all agreed that it was only worth £5 and a total rip off for all food & drinks as well.
#4
"total rip off" is a bit strong. I agree that it's not cheap, but it's not like they make a profit. And most plant-lovers love the place.
I really should make an effort to go more often. I work from home <20 miles from the Eden Project, and I keep meaning to spend the occasional day working from the tropical dome.
#5
simonspeakeasy
"total rip off" is a bit strong. I agree that it's not cheap, but it's not like they make a profit. And most plant-lovers love the place.
I really should make an effort to go more often. I work from home <20 miles from the Eden Project, and I keep meaning to spend the occasional day working from the tropical dome.
I am only an average gardener but feel that prices are unjustifiable.
As a registered charity I cannot see how they could fail to make a substantial profit with the admission and food prices that they charge.
It turned us off visiting Hegelian.
banned#6
nice find op
#7
Worth a look.

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