Christmas Elves set up school at Ouseburn Farm

29th November 2017

If you’re looking for some inspiration for your children this Christmas, then why not pack them off to elf school?

Well, not really. Here at Ouseburn Farm we’ve launched a host of activities for the kids in the lead up to the big day. We’re giving children the opportunity to learn how to become an elf. Your little ones will set off on their first day of school in the hunt for elf houses which are secretly located throughout the farm. They’ll also learn a special Christmas dance routine, which only the elves know, plus they’ll get to decorate Santa’s cookies, be entered into the Elf Hall of Fame before taking a virtual sleigh ride to meet the main man himself; Santa Claus.

As well as all the memories of this special day, each child will graduate by receiving a special certificate and goodie bag.

It’s an extremely busy time of the year for our elves so the elf school itself will only be open for four days during December. This will be Thursday 7th, Saturday 9th, Thursday 14th and Saturday 16th December. To pack your child off to elf school, you are required to book their place via the Ouseburn Farm website at www.ouseburnfarm.org.uk/whatson where you can select your preferred day and time.

Tickets cost £7.50 per child, so why not make a day of it and visit all the animals, gardens and orchard? Don’t forget to pay a visit to the onsite café too which serves coffee and fresh food that has been produced with ingredients directly from the farm.