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Festive farmyard fun at Cattle Country Adventure Park

4th December 2018

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Parents looking to feed the festive fun in the run-up to Christmas are being steered to Cattle Country Adventure Park near Berkeley in South Gloucestershire.  

This year children will be taken on a tractor and trailer ride around the farm before being dropped off at Santa’s Farmyard Grotto in the Animal Experience Barn.  Each child will receive a present from Santa.   

General Manager Stuart Burnell said: “In addition we have brought in a special Elves Workshop so youngsters can master Christmas crafts such as face painting and making Christmas decorations. It’s a great way to keep the kids busy in what to them is the very long run up to Christmas.”  

The park will be open for Santa’s Farmyard Grotto from 10am to 4pm on Saturday and Sundays only until December 23.  

Children visiting Santa’s grotto will need to pay an additional fee of £7.50.

Child season ticket holders who wish to visit Santa will also need to pay this additional fee, admission to the park is still free.  

There is 20 per cent off for new season ticket holders from until January 1. 

The adventure farm park - launched more than over 30 years ago with just an indoor play barn on a working farm - has expanded its range of activities to keep the whole family happy, from exploring the Maize Maze to climbing the ramparts of the recently extended Kids Berkeley Castle, a wooden rival to the historic stronghold just down the road.  

Cattle Country Adventure Park is just off the A38 between Bristol and Gloucester. For further information call 01453 810510 or email info@cattlecountry.co.uk   

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