Bewl Water, situated just South of Lamberhurst in the beautiful Kent countryside has been transformed this winter into a stunning version of Father Christmas’ Lapland which is sure to have children literally gasping in wonderment. Children are personally invited (via a wax sealed letter through their own front door) to help Father Christmas and his Elves to prepare all the presents in time for Christmas. They recieve their own Elvish passports which allow them unprecidented access into the secret world of the elves, encountering real reindeer and Santa’s own huskies along the way.
Families are offered a fantastic range of activities to try ranging from gingerbread decoration with Mother Christmas with her handy elf helpers Cinnamon and Treacle, to learning more about the race of people who share Father Christmas’ glacial home, the Sami tribe. Undoubtedly though the highlight of the day will be a personal encounter with the man himself as children are brought face to face with Santa, get the opportunity to tell him all about their plans for the festive season and be amazed that he mysteriously knows things about them!
Booking the whole family into the festive experience is painless too with the option to ring and speak to (presumably) one of Santa’s elves on 0871 620 7063, or book online at www.laplanduk.com.uk . See you there (I just need to borrow a child so I don’t look out of place!).