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'Rip-off' Lapland theme park 'could have netted brothers £1million'

By DAILY MAIL REPORTER

Two brothers could have made more than £1million by misleading thousands of customers into visiting a Lapland-style theme park, a court heard today.
Visitors to Lapland New Forest were offered a winter wonderland with snow-covered log cabins, a nativity scene, husky dogs, polar bears and other animals, as well as a bustling Christmas market.
Instead of the promised magical festive treat, visitors experienced fairy lights hung from trees and a broken ice rink.
The two men behind Lapland New Forest, brothers Victor and Henry Mears, today faced eight charges of selling misleading advertising.

Henry and Victor Mears outside of Bristol Crown Court where they went on trial today accused of misleading customers at the Christmas theme park Lapland New Forest in 2008


Brothers Victor, left, and Henry Mears were behind the Lapland New Forest theme park that had

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Added: Dec-8-2010 
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