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Santa's Coming to Northorpe!

Santa has been in touch to say he had such a fabulous time with us last year, he is coming back again this year, for the whole weekend!

Come and see Santa at our grotto on

Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th of December!

 

Santa beard

We will have craft and gift stalls for the perfect opportunity to buy Christmas presents.  There will be face painting and glitter tattoos,  seasonal themed entertainment, and a variety of activities for the whole family to enjoy.

We will be offering hot food for the whole family to enjoy - Why not have your lunch with us.  We have a licenced bar for a little seasonal cheer too!

Unlike many shopping centres and garden centres, we do not limit the number of adults who can join in with the experience, so please bring grandparents, families and friends along - don't forget your camera.

Sensory Aware Session

for the first time this year, we are holding some sessions for children who prefer quieter, more relaxed atmosphere, ideal for children with additional needs or spectrum conditions.  The experience will be just as magical, but with less lights and sounds, we expect visitor numbers to be a little quieter too.  These sessions are first come first served on Saturday from 11.30am to 12.30pm, we expect them to book quickly. 

Remember every penny raised at the event will go to our Charity supporting children’s and young people’s emotional wellbeing and mental health.

All sessions to see Santa are now fully booked.

Please feel free to come and enjoy our festive event.

Some feedback from last year:

"It was so Christmassy and everyone was so friendly"

"Feels special for children and adults alike"

"It was very well thought out. The personalised letters were lovely. The kids loved it"

"Totally beautiful! Santa's grotto was amazing. The love that's gone into it all!! I wish I was 8 years old"

"Harry scored it 12 out of 10 he loved every minute"

"A fabulous welcome - it felt like Christmas started right then!"