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Christmas Wrapped Up at The Valley

Until 30 December 2013

Wake up in winter wonderland this Christmas. There will be warm mulled wine, twinkling trees in every cottage, pressies for the kids and a visit from you know who!

Christmas Wrapped Up

  • Punch and Judy Christmas Panto.
  • A secret screening of The Snowman with hot chocolate and nibbles.
  • Christmas Crafts Workshop.
  • A visit from Father Christmas.
  • Christmas classics on the piano with mulled wine and mince pies.
  • Magic from Ed Clarke.
  • Food glorious food - a five course feast with bells on.
  • Boxing day treasure hunt.
  • Lots and lots of Christmas cheer.

23 December

Make yourself at home. Put your feet up. Hit the pool. Eat, drink and be merry. It's you-time. Once you're settled in join us in Cafe Azur for an evening of fine food and good company. Punch and Judy will be dropping by for little ones to present (drum roll, please) The Punch and Judy Christmas Panto!

Christmas Eve

With presents wrapped and shopping done it's time to down tools and put yourselves in the capable hands of The Valley team. We've all sorts planned. Father Christmas is penciled in, the kids can get into making tree decorations and Christmas cookies, there's a secret screening of The Snowman with hot chocolate and nibbles, and grown-ups can enjoy a good helping of warm mulled wine and hot mince pies.

Christmas Day

While you open the presents we'll crack on with the cooking. There's a five-course feast to savour from seafood and game starters to traditional roast turkey followed by platefuls of puds and wonderous local cheeses. Not forgetting gallons of rich reds and fruity whites to wash it all down with. We'll leave the evening free for woodland wanders or curling up at home with a new favourite book.

Boxing Day

What better day than Boxing Day for enjoying the freedom of doing very little. Mum and Dad can enjoy a well earned lie in while kids can burn off their last remaining energy with our Boxing Day treasure hunt.