EXCITEMENT is building as the final plans come together for Santa Claus to take residence in his grotto at Walton Hall & Gardens this December helping raise funds for local charity Warrington Disability Partnership.
This year, Warrington Disability Partnership will be teaming up with F11 Photography, Warrington-Worldwide and Warrington Borough Council for the launch of their annual accessible Santa’s grotto.
The official launch day will begin on December 7th at 10.30am with the grand opening of the grotto by the Mayor of Warrington, Cllr. Wendy Johnson.
The Santa’s Grotto is open from 10:30am until 4pm every Saturday and Sunday, closing at 4.30pm on December 22. The cost of the visit is £7.50 per child and includes a present and a trip around our amazing reindeer trail with reindeer food provided. Photographs and gifts of your Santa visit will be available to purchase on the day.
There are also lots of other wonderful festive activities to take part in, including craft activities, live music, entertainment, face painting, fairground rides and much more to keep all the family busy!
Come along for a chance to chat with Santa about your Christmas presents and help a local charity at the same time!
Bookings can be made online via the WDP website (www.disabilitypartnership.org.uk) but it’s fine just to turn up on the day of your choice!
All money raised will assist Warrington Disability Partnership to continue providing their services. For more information call Warrington Disability Partnership on 01925 240064.
Santa will be in his grotto in the Heritage Courtyard every Saturday & Sunday from December 7th to Sunday December 22 from 10.30am-4.30pm.
There will be a special Autism hour on the 14th & 22nd from 9.30am-10.30am.