Brambridge Park Christmas 2016 update:
Below was my original post published on 24th December 2014
Last Saturday, I wrote about our delightful Christmas encounter at Brambridge Park Garden Centre.
Brambridge Park was turned into a fairground wrapped in festive mood: horses, carriage, carol singing, and a craft fayre.
This morning, David Bowring from Lions Club of Eastleigh explained how it helps bring Christmas festive spirit to Brambridge Park Garden Centre.
David Bowring explained:
“You missed out on the reason for the horses, carriage, singers and craft fayre which was the arrival of Father Christmas, who proceeded to chat to the children and then made a beeline for his rather wonderful grotto at the rear of the garden centre.
Santa’s grotto at Brambridge Park
Lions Club of Eastleigh are manning this grotto each weekend 10.30 to 5.00 (Sat) and 4.00 (Sun) until Christmas.
The grotto is also open midweek on Tuesday 9th, 16th and 23rd from 5.00 to 7.00 during late opening, and on Thursday and Friday 11/12 and 18/19th December.
Tea and Breakfast with Santa, anyone?
To complete the Santa events, you can book Tea with Santa for Monday 8th or 15th and Breakfast with Santa on Saturday 13th and 20th (before he gets to work in the grotto!)
The Lions usually earn over £2000 for their charity funds from this month-long event, and hope to do even better this year as it is their 50th anniversary. Every penny earned by Lions for charity goes to charity, mainly local, as the members pay their own subscription to cover all administration.”
By David Bowring from Lions Club of Eastleigh, on Brambridge Park Garden Centre Santa’s Grotto.
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