Reindeer, happy snowman Olaf and a dazzling first day of December at Twenty Pence Garden Centre in Wilburton

PUBLISHED: 16:03 04 December 2018

A Christmas extravaganza featuring real donkeys, reindeer and Elsa and Anna from Frozen took over a garden centre in Wilburton. Pictures: JIM LEVET

A Christmas extravaganza featuring real donkeys, reindeer and Elsa and Anna from Frozen took over a garden centre in Wilburton. Pictures: JIM LEVET

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A Christmas extravaganza featuring real donkeys, reindeer and Elsa and Anna from Frozen took over a garden centre in Wilburton.

A Christmas extravaganza featuring real donkeys, reindeer and Elsa and Anna from Frozen took over a garden centre in Wilburton. Pictures: JIM LEVETA Christmas extravaganza featuring real donkeys, reindeer and Elsa and Anna from Frozen took over a garden centre in Wilburton. Pictures: JIM LEVET

Twenty Pence held the fun-filled family day out starting with breakfast with Disney favourites Elsa and Anna at 10am.

It included a full breakfast and hot drink and children also received a free goodie bag. It was advised to book before due to high demand.

There was then an afternoon tea and sing-a-long special with Elsa and Anna at 3pm. Carols and modern day Christmas classics sounded out across the centre to the backdrop of dazzling displays.

Real reindeer were also at the centre all day from 10.30am to 3.30pm and Christmas donkeys for children to feed along with donkey rides at £2.

A Christmas extravaganza featuring real donkeys, reindeer and Elsa and Anna from Frozen took over a garden centre in Wilburton. Pictures: JIM LEVETA Christmas extravaganza featuring real donkeys, reindeer and Elsa and Anna from Frozen took over a garden centre in Wilburton. Pictures: JIM LEVET

Helena Nawar, marketing assistant, said: “We had lots going on for children throughout the day with face painting, glitter tattoos, and the chance to win a £150 gift voucher.

“It was the perfect chance to spend some family time together.”

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