Breakfast with Father Christmas

Even in the cold frosty morning, we headed out to Canterbury Chartham Wyevale Garden Centre in to meet and have breakfast with Father Christmas. How exciting! We arrived at 10 am, and headed straight to the restaurant when we were greeted by a happy elf. 

The kids received name badges and we were taken to our seats. Hiding out behind our table was a cosy little Christmas corner. Although I was slightly disappointed these were the only Christmas decorations in the room. The tables though were kitted out with colouring sheets for the children and crackers for all the family.

It wasn't long before the breakfasts were brought out, obviously these are chosen when booking only with the option of full cooked breakfast for (£7.99) or mini breakfast {a baked pastry} (£3.99) and children get a little cooked breakfast (£9.99*). With free tea, coffee and juice. 
* The children's price includes a present from Santa and Christmas cookie decorating.

Once breakfast was demolished the children were asked to come sit on the floor, there was a problem with Santa's sleigh and he had lost his way. OH NO! So the children had to shout and sing in order for him to find his way and then he came and visited the children on each table before taking his seat next to the fire. Giving the children a opportunity table by table to come visit and take photos, and then the chance to pick a present off the shelf.  

— chloe (@cookiejarlife) November 29, 2015
These Breakfast with Father Christmas events are being held at Wyevale Garden Centres across the country until the 24th December as well as Tea with Father Christmas. 

For a full list of participating garden centres you can click here and book your space – as they are filling up quickly!

*I received tickets for free in return for this review, this does not change my views/opinions.