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This weekend we were invited to have breakfast with Father Christmas at our local Wyevale Garden Centre called Jack’s Patch in Teignmouth. Last year we went to the Santa’s Grotto at the other Wyevale Garden Centre in Devon and had a lovely time so we were keen to see what the Jack’s Patch experience was like.
The kiddies enjoyed the decorations especially the moving unicorn.
Breakfast with Father Christmas
The adults had a full english and the kiddies had sausage, scrambled egg and beans. The quality of the food was very good and very tasty. The table was set up all Christmassy with crackers and colouring for the kids. We were served by a very friendly lady called Joanna.
While we had our breakfast Father Christmas came round to each table to chat with the children which they thought was great.
Visiting Santa in his Grotto
After breakfast it was time to visit Father Christmas in his grotto.
The kiddies sat with him for quite a while chatting about plans for Christmas and what they were going to leave out for him on Christmas eve. When they had finished chatting the kids were allowed to choose any present they wanted from the vast selection on the two tables. H chose an operation board game and Lj chose a butterfly painting kit. I was very impressed by the selection of toys that they had to offer.
Decorating Gingerbread Tree Biscuits
After we’d visited Santa we went back to our table to decorate our gingerbread trees.
It was a really lovely family morning and we’d definitely recommend it if you are looking for somewhere to take the kiddies to see Santa in Devon.
Wyevale Garden Centres
There are Wyevale Garden Centres all over the country and they all have Christmas events on. Visit their website to find out what is on in your local centre.
*Disclosure: We were sent free tickets for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own*