On the 12th of December, we was all invited along to one of Wyevale Garden Centres to have Breakfast with Father Christmas, we chose the Stevenage branch as that was the closest to where we was, when we got to the cafe we were very quickly greeted by a lovely elf that showed us to our seats. Justin had a lovely activity sheet with crayon to do why he was waiting for his breakfast, and a kids cracker. The grown ups were served Tea & Coffee why Justin was busy doing his activity sheet. Parents were served a Full English breakfast and Justin had sausage, scrambled egg, hash brown and beans, he also had a chance to have unlimited juice throughout the breakfast. Both mine and Scotts breakfast was delicious, I could eat it all, so gave most of mine to Scott. We was also served toast which was nice. We was full after our breakfasts and was very happy.
After Breakfast Justin was given a white little plastic plate with a tree cookie, icing and hundreds of thousands to decorate while he was waiting for Father Christmas to arrive, he was also given chocolate coins to eat which I thought was nice gesture.
The elves were singing Christmas songs, and asked us all to shout very loud to call Father Christmas, he then arrived going around to every table chatting to every one of us. When he got round to us he had a picture done with Justin with Scott in the picture, he then asked him what he wanted for christmas, he said lots of presents, bless him.
Father Christmas was lovely, he then asked me if I wanted Madison in the picture with him, he asked if it was her 1st christmas, I said to him it was.
After going around to each table, he then sat down in his chair, calling out different children’s names one by one, when it was Justin’s turn, he jumped for joy, he was presented with a present from Father Christmas.
He then went and sat back down at the table and quickly opened his gift, he got an alphabet and numbers play dough set, which he was very pleased about.
Tickets to have breakfast with Santa (or you can opt to have tea with Santa) cost:
Children – £9.99
Adult – £7.99 (mini ticket £3.99)
Overall we all had a lovely time and definately will be returning again next year as we thought the event was well worth the money.
Disclaimer: We recieved Free tickets to have Breakfast with Father Christmas, all thoughts and opinions are our own.