Community Infant School
Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 8th November 2017 3:30pm
Haddenham & District Rotary are running their Christmas Santa event in association with Haddenham Garden Centre, with Santa arriving at 10am on Saturday 18th November.
The weekend of 18th and 19th November will be a weekend of festive family fun including a children's farm, face painting and Santa's Grotto.
And Santa will be in his Grotto every weekend up to and including Saturday 23rd December
On Tues 12th and Wednesday 13th December, an open invitation is extended to meet and have 'Tea With Santa' in the café at the Garden Centre.
Tickets for Santa's Grotto and Tea With Santa are available from the Check-out Desks at Haddenham Garden Centre
Children, bring your parents and grandparents, to meet Santa and to tell him what they would like for Christmas!
All monies raised by Santa's Grotto go to Rotary local charities and projects
Grateful thanks go to Haddenham Garden Centre, where the staff do a wonderful job building the impressive grotto, putting on the festive weekend and hosting Santa's visit.
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