Get ready to book for breakfast with Santa in Ely

PUBLISHED: 09:42 24 September 2018

Breakfast with Santa at Almonry Restaurant & Tea Rooms in 2014. Four generations with santa, Left: Nan Lynn Reynolds, Grandson Bailey Hammersley, Great Nan Doreen Crane, Grandson Finley Hammersley and Mum Sarah Hammersley.  Picture: Steve Williams.

Breakfast with Santa at Almonry Restaurant & Tea Rooms in 2014. Four generations with santa, Left: Nan Lynn Reynolds, Grandson Bailey Hammersley, Great Nan Doreen Crane, Grandson Finley Hammersley and Mum Sarah Hammersley. Picture: Steve Williams.

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The change in the weather means that the festive season will soon be upon us and The Lions of Littleport are holding their annual breakfast with Santa.

The event will give every child a chance to chat with Santa and have a present which is included in the admission cost.

It will take place at The Almonry in High Street Ely at 8am on December 21, 22, and Christmas Eve.

Tickets cost £3.50 for adults and £6.50 for children and are on sale now.

But be quick- they sell out quick so make sure you book early.

The initiative is supported by Tesco, City Cycle Centre, Waitrose and Sainsbury’s of Ely.

Contact David and Jenny Ellis on 07817592438 or email breakfastwithsanta1@yahoo.com

The Lions aim is to provide a club to make it easier for those with families to get involved in giving something back to the community.

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