Festive fun on the farm

Park Hall Countryside Experience has released tickets for its brand new Christmas event – ‘Elf and Safely.’ Admission to the farm near Oswestry will include the Elf Apprentice Show, which will be performed daily, as well as lots of family fun activities. Tickets are available for weekends in December plus the 21st, 22nd and 23rd.

Due to travel restrictions from the North Pole and social distancing measures, Santa will be unable to visit this year, but there will be a special video message from him.

The event will centre around the apprentice elves that need to be trained ready for Christmas. They will be performing their show throughout the day. There will also be a craft area where visitors can make a tree decoration to take home as a memento. Tickets include admission to the whole farm, where visitors can feed the goats, meet the rabbits, see the pigs racing, have a tractor ride and explore the play areas.

Owner Richard Powell said, “The Elves are taking over this Christmas with lots of fun activities and their Elf Apprentice Show! We have reformatted the event to make it Covid-safe so people can come and visit the farm with confidence. Although it is a shame Santa can’t be there in person, we’re pleased that technology is on hand to bring a special message to our young visitors.”

Tickets for the Christmas event must be purchased online in advance from parkhallfarm.co.uk.

Caption: Getting ready for festive fun at Parkhall.

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