On Sunday 16th December, between 3pm-5pm we will be holding our last event of the year, Christmas Carols on the Farm. It is an event for all the family to get together and celebrate the winter season. If you haven’t made it to any other events this year, then this is your last chance of 2012!
We will be joined by a group of Carollers who will help us to sing some Christmas favourites and if you all sing loud enough, Father Christmas will make an appearance!
You can enjoy some mulled (local) wine and home baked mince pies, as well as hot Fordhall baps and a hearty, warming soup.
Children can take part in Christmas crafts, making decorations out of natural materials to take home and put on the Christmas tree. There will also be a ‘Yuletide Trail’, which will take children on a hunt around the Farm Yard; there is a prize if you discover all the clues!
Father Christmas will be in his “green” grotto, ready to listen to all your Christmas wishes and children can receive a traditional gift, along with a Certificate of Goodness – if they’ve been very good this year! J
The event is free, but there is a charge of £4 to see Father Christmas and receive your gift and certificate. Any funds raised from this event will be reinvested into our continuing education programme.
The Tea Room will be serving hot food and drinks and Farm Shop will be open so you can stock up on Christmas goodies!
Wrap up warm, bring a torch and come and join us for good ol’ sing-song and some festive fun!