Santa's Diary 2019
Farmer Palmer’s Farm Park
Looking for a truly magical experience for your little VIPs this Christmas?
Avoid long queues and enjoy a FULL family day out! Enter the Wonderful Winter Cabin and meet a ‘Farmer Christmas’ who knows how to get the grownups giggling too! Each child receives a quality gift. Tickets charged at £7 in addition to Normal Admission. For more information please visit www.farmerpalmers.co.uk
Village Hotel and Club
Lunch with Santa
Book a big date with the big man himself! Treat yourself and the kids to a delicious festive two-course lunch, mini disco and then the main event - meet Santa and tell him what good boys and girls you’ve been (we mean the kids, not you!).
Saturdays 7th, 14th & 21st
Adventure Wonderland this Christmas
This Christmas at Adventure Wonderland, Santa, Rudolph and his elves will be in their cosy log cabin to meet the children, there's live panto, The Wizard of Oz, Wild Thing! unlimited indoor play, Nativity Cuddles Corner and a Christmas colouring challenge. Plus, mince pies and mulled wine for the adults. Book online for 10% discount.
November 23rd,24th & 30th, December 1st, 7th,8th & every day from 14th-23rd
Celebrate the 10th anniversary of ‘Christmas at Marwell’ this year with a new topsy-turvy theme to go alongside the magical experience. Head down the rabbit hole into a curious wonderland and join the tea party with Mother Christmas and the elves. Don’t be late to see Father Christmas! Book your tickets now.
Santa’s Christmas Countdown
Join Dotty the Elf and friends in a fun, festive, interactive family show, to help fix the Christmas calendar and get Santa’s Christmas Countdown started – plus remember to bring your Christmas letter to post in Santa’s special post box!
Santa’s Christmas Countdown is a 45-minute show, particularly suitable for 2-7 year olds. Afterwards the adventure continues as each child gets to meet Father Christmas and receive a specially wrapped present from him.
Santa’s Post Room
Santa is back at the Dolphin just in time for Christmas and he’s brought his mischievous elves with him! Come and visit us to have some fun in Santa’s Post Room! The elves will be on hand for you to have lots of fun with arts and crafts, games, dressing up and lots more! Don’t forget to look out for the man himself before you leave! 11am – 4pm every weekend:
Saturday 30th November & Sunday 1st December
7th, 8th, 14th 15th, 21st & 22nd December
Exbury’s Festive Railway Experience
Visit Exbury’s Festive Express railway experience this December for a family Christmas day out like no other. Enjoy a special trip aboard the Christmas Express with the Exbury Elves,
meet Father Christmas in his very special ‘royal’ train carriage reserved just for your family, take home a very special Christmas gift and create yuletide crafts.
Discover the winter grandeur of the northern area of the gardens and follow the Reindeer Trail our gardeners have lovingly handmade out of wood from the estate.
Festive Railway train ride = £6 per person
Meet Father Christmas = £5 per child
7th, 8th, 14th, 15th December
Booking not required at Farmer Palmer’s Farm Park but booking advisable at all other venues to avoid disappointment.
A chat with the amazing 'Beat box' guru SK Shlomo
SK Shlomo is an amazing beat boxing, singing and all round creative man of many talents.
David Walliams on 'The Boy in the Dress'
During rehearsals, David Walliams spoke about his inspiration for The Boy in the Dress
Walk to School
Living Streets has been campaigning for better places to walk for 90 years for everyone.
Poole panto ready to pull out all the stops
The beanstalk is growing and the hero is ready to save the day with a wink and a smile!
We build holidays around you. Not us. And with over 175 parcs in wonderful locations throughout Europe, we're sure we've got the perfect place for you.
Wherever your're headed, you'll find the possibilities are endless! So why not make the most of our flexible travel dates and find the perfect holiday for your family?
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Now that we are in autumn everyone is looking for things to do with the kids to celebrate this lovely colourful season. Here we have some great ideas, and they don't all involve being cooped up indoors! Get out and enjoy the cooler, fresh air and the crunchy leaves under foot - you can always return home afterwards for a hot chocolate and a snuggle