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Ever wondered what it's like to work in a rainforest? Find out, plus loads more news from Eden

AND: Winter warmers, winning artwork and top tips on planting garlic --------------------------
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  People skating on Eden's ice rink    
  We're skating into winter...  
  Preparations are underway for an enchanted celebration at Eden, with festive fun for the whole family. As well as our glittering ice rink which opened last month, we'll be visited by Father Christmas and his reindeer from 28 November, and our Rainforest Biome will be transformed into a magical wonderland.   
  See what's on ►  
 
 
Girl with Father Christmas
 
Meet Father Christmas  
Meet the man in red on selected days throughout December, or book an early bird ticket to visit him on 28 and 29 November or 4 December for £1 off the normal ticket price.
Book your spot ►
 
Mother and daughter on the ice rink
 
Eden's ice rink is now open   
Have a glide on our ice rink – great fun for people of all skating abilities. Or, if you'd rather stay on solid ground, grab a hot chocolate and watch from the sidelines!  
See the full timetable ►
 
 
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An entry to the Spirit of the Rainforest competition
 
Come to see winning artwork  
You can now view the winning entries from our Spirit of the Rainforest competition, created by children from across the world, on display here until 8 January.
Be inspired by the entries ►
An Eden Session
 
Get on the Inside Track
Music lover? Our Inside Track Pass gives you access to two tickets for our Eden Sessions summer gigs before booking opens to the general public.
More about Inside Track ►
 
 
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Chillis growing in the Med Biome
 
Enjoy autumn colours
November brings cocoa beans to the Rainforest and fiery chillies to the Med. Outside, you'll see the Sweetgum trees, ablaze with oranges, reds and purples.           
See more highlights ►
  
Christmas decorations from the online shop
 
Browse our perfect presents 
Our online shop is stocked with Christmas goodies. From handmade baubles to festive hampers, we've got something special for everyone. We can even gift wrap, too.           
Visit our online shop ►
 
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  Beyond a day trip  
 
 
Lucy Wenger gardening at Eden
 
A day in the life...  
Ever wondered what it's like to look after a rainforest? At Eden, some of our team do just that. Biome Horticulturalist Lucy Wenger tells us all about her job and what the best bits are about working here.
Read her story ►
  
Boys on residential break
 
Breaks for Kids 
Why not see if your class or group could stay at YHA Eden Project? YHA provide bursaries for eligible students to help with the cost of school trips, so that everyone can enjoy a stay, whatever their financial situation.           
More about the bursary ►
 
Bulbs of garlic
 
Tips to plant garlic   
Did you know it's the perfect time of year to start growing garlic? What's more, the bulbs are really easy to plant and the results are tasty and nutritious. Read our top tips on how to grow it in your garden.      
How to plant your own ►
 
 
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