SANTA IN THE ORANGERY – ALL SOLD OUT
Bring the little ones to see Santa in his magical Grotto and adults get to visit the Gardens for FREE!
On Sunday 1st December, Santa is taking time out of his busy workshop in the North Pole to visit Castle Bromwich Historic Gardens, from 11am – 3pm.
Come and see him in his magical grotto in the Orangery.
The Castle Bromwich Singers will be performing traditional carols at 12pm, 1pm and 2pm in the visitor centre, there will be warm drinks, Tombola and homemade cakes for sale.
Children’s entrance tickets to see Santa and receive a gift cost £4. Entrance to the gardens is FREE with a paying child.
CHRISTMAS FUN DAY IN AID OF CANCER RESEARCH UK – Santa is Sold out – but plenty to do otherwise
On Saturday 14th December, we are hosting a Christmas Fun Day with Santa in magical Tipis. In aid of Cancer Research UK, it will be a day filled with food, drinks, live music, fab prizes and live music.
From 10.30am – 4.30pm, Children can meet Santa in his grotto (set in authentic tipis from Lapland). Parents can enjoy a glass of mulled wine, enjoy the live performances and great food.
There will be face painting and the chance to win fabulous raffle prizes all donated by local businesses.
All profits from sales on the day will be donated to the charity Cancer Research UK. This is an amazing charity that strives to find a cure for cancer by using its donations to conduct research.
Please bring as many friends and family as you can to get in the Christmas spirit and raise money for an amazing cause!
Tickets to the event must be purchased in advance at www.bit.do/Xmasfunday
They cost £2.50 each and include a FREE hot drink! Children aged 10 and under can attend for free!
Tickets to see Father Christmas and receive a gift must be purchased on the day and will be charged at £5.
You can also book by calling 0121 663 1133.
To find out more about either event call 0121 749 4100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope to see you all then and wish you a very Happy Christmas from all at Castle Bromwich Historic Gardens.