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Rotary Santa 2018

Here are the details of Santa's Grotto at the Haddenham Garden Centre — courtesy of Haddenham & District Rotary in association with HGC:

Traditional Grotto:

  • Santa Arrived at Haddenham Garden Centre on Saturday 24th November and will be in his Grotto from 11.00am until 4.00pm each Saturday and Sunday up to and including Sunday 23rd December
  • The cost for the Grotto is £5.50 per child to meet and receive a gift from Santa

Supper with Santa:

  • 4.30pm Tuesday 11th December and Wednesday 12th December in the 'Gardener's Retreat' coffee shop at the Garden Centre
  • Supper includes: Children's hot meal, pudding, drink and a gift from Santa
  • Santa circulates and meets with the children
  • Cost is £8.99 per child

Fundraising:

All proceeds will go to Rotary local charities and projects. Last year the grotto raised more than £5,000.

Tickets:

For the Grotto and Supper, from the Garden Centre

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