CHILDREN with festive names are being given an early Christmas present – a free visit to Santa on November 27 when his magical grotto opens at Hatton Farm Village, near Solihull.
To help children get into the Christmas spirit, boys with the names Joseph, David, Nicholas, Robin and Gabriel, and girls named Holly, Belle, Angel, Carol and Mary, who are under 14 years old, will be given free entry to the grotto at Hatton Farm Village, along with an accompanying adult, on the first day Santa arrives.
Marketing manager Carol Blower said: “I’m delighted that we can spread a bit of early Christmas cheer for these lucky children.
“As well as receiving their gift from Santa, the children will also be able to explore our new Snorty’s Bouncing Barnyard with indoor ball pool splash slides and an abundance of soft play.
“Santa’s grotto at Hatton Farm Village is always hugely popular as children not only get to meet Santa, but also reindeer and real life animals in our festive Farmyard Favourites.
“For those children lucky enough to have a festive name like me, all they need to do is bring proof of their name, such as a passport or birth certificate, and they can enjoy entry to the farm village for free,” she said.
Santa’s grotto at Hatton Farm Village will be open between 10am and 5.30pm every weekend from November 27, plus every day between December 17 - 24.
Children can also enjoy a reindeer hunt with prize, festive fun fair rides and nativity storytelling.
Hatton Farm Village, at Hatton Country World, is located just off the A4177 between Warwick and Solihull.
For further information, call 01926 842411 or visit the website at www.hattonworld.com.