//Santa Claus is coming to town

Santa Claus is coming to town

You’d better watch out, you’d better not cry, you’d better not pout, I’m telling you why. Santa Claus is coming to Bromborough Pool garden centre.

Wirral charity Autism Together will once again hold its annual Christmas grotto with Santa and his elves, this year with a change of venue to its own garden centre in Bromborough Pool village. Santa and his elves are working really hard to ensure the grand opening of the magical grotto can take place on 2 December 2017.

Little and big ones alike can all make the visit to Mr Claus’s grotto this year, with sessions every Saturday and Sunday until 17 December, when Father Christmas and his elves must pack up and prepare to deliver all the wonderful presents on Christmas eve.

Santa’s first grotto visit on Saturday 2 December will be run for people on the autism spectrum only, on an appointment basis. This means he and his elves will be extra considerate and ensure a fun day out for all. The entire programme will be relaxed and autism friendly, and all subsequent grotto visits will be available to anybody. Please come early to avoid disappointment!

Rick Myers, fundraising officer and head Santa at Autism Together, said: “We are really excited to be holding our very popular Grotto at our own garden centre this year, bringing the magic of Christmas to children everywhere. We are hoping that we will hold one here every year for many years to come. Last year we raised nearly £4000 and we hope we can match this this year.”

To visit Santa and get a special present from him to celebrate the magic of Christmas it will cost £5 per entrant – with all money being donated to Autism Together.

For further information regarding additional Christmas activities at Autism Together, please visit: www.autismtogether.co.uk.  Alternatively, send an e-mail over to the Fundraising team at fundraising@autismtogether.co.uk

Rick Myers, fundraising officer and head Santa at Autism Together, said: “We are really excited to be holding our very popular Grotto at our own garden centre this year, bringing the magic of Christmas to children everywhere. We are hoping that we will hold one here every year for many years to come. Last year we raised nearly £4000 and we hope we can match this this year.”

2017-11-09T17:02:30+00:00 November 9th, 2017|