Elf's Attic Christmas Workshop

With only 6 more sleeps to go until the big man himself visits, this festive workshop has been created to give the children a magical, Christmas experience, giving parents either a half day or a full day to finish off the festive planning with no interruptions.

Elf has raided his attic to deliver a festive workshop full of Christmas crafts, festive movies and Xmas baking to further build the hype of this magical time of year.

We will be running both half-day events for children aged 3-6 years and then a full-day workshop for ages 7+ years.

Craft-related events will include making Christmas cards, designing pillowcase stockings ready for the big day, and creating paper chains. It really is going to be a glittery affair.

In our Xmas baking class, our full-day attendees will be provided with ingredients to make their own cookies, which will then be baked on the day and then put into a beautiful Christmas box to bring home for everyone to enjoy.

We will also have festive films on throughout the day, so bring along a pillow and even a blanket to get cosy whilst watching them.

For our full-day attendees, lunch will be provided.

Elf's Attic starts at 10:00 am for all age groups and finishes at 1:00 pm for children aged 3-6 years and 5:00 pm for children aged 7+. For those who are staying for the Jingle Ball and Sleepover event, we are happy for them to stay on site until this starts.

The cost of the workshop is £15.00 for ages 3-6 years and £35.00 for ages 7+ years.

This workshop is open to Starbrite members as well as non-members.

Sunday, December 18th

10:00 am – 1:00 pm (Ages 3-6 years) - £15.00 half-day (festive lunch not included)

10:00 am – 5:00 pm (Ages 7+ years) - £35.00 (includes festive lunch)

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