A family attraction in the Fens has deigned its well-known summer Maize Maze and Funyard to support Team GB during the Paris Olympics.

Visitors to Skylark in Wimblington will be able to follow over three kilometres of pathways in the Team GB-themed Maize Maze to complete the Olympic-themed game and solve the maize maze challenge.

The funyard includes a new attraction this year which is to be announced soon, plus their 'pesky pigeon' tractor ride, pedal go-kart track, jumping pillow, water wars, giant slide complex, pig racing, zip-wire plus much more.

Skylark is due to release its a-maizing overhead Maize Maze design in the coming weeks once their Maize Maze grows up to more than six foot tall.

It took the events team a week of toiling in the fields to design and cut out the pathways in the maize field using a rotavator.

The paths are carefully cut out using GPS technology to plot the image to create a maze for visitors to explore throughout the summer, think of it as a dot to dot, but on a 12 acre field!

Event Manager, Bart Woodbine, said: “We’re so excited to be supporting Team GB during the 2024 Paris Olympics.

“It’s a great opportunity to get the families into sports to promote a healthy lifestyle.

“We’ll also be releasing the brilliant overhead Maize Maze design soon, but we’re not quite ready for that.

“But keep an eye on our social media to be the first to see the a-maizing design."

(Image: Skylark)

(Image: Skylark)

(Image: Skylark)