The popular Santa’s Winter Wonderland is back now at SnowDome Tamworth for its 17th year. Families can slide about in snow tubes in one of the four slides, ride along on a sledge, play in real snow, throw snowballs, join Santa and Alice in their Winter in Wonderland show, get close and personal with little animals, ride on children’s carousel and many more. If you are looking for something to do with your family, then check them out for a fun day out.
Ho! Ho! Ho! Let’s go to Drayton Manor, home of Europe’s only Thomas Land™, to experience its award-winning Magical Christmas with the Imagination Parade and fireworks until 31st December 2018 to really get into the spirit of Christmas!
Drayton Manor Park is a short car hop for us and we have become quite a regular visitor! Throughout the years, we have seen so many changes and improvements in the park which keeps us going back again and again.
Drayton Manor, home of Europe’s only Thomas Land™ has officially opened its popular magical winter wonderland Christmas event with fireworks until 31st December 2016! This was our third time visiting their Magical Christmas event and this was probably our favourite visit yet!
Last week, while I was looking to buy a piping book, I came across a pack of round origami sheets at The Works. So I decided to use it to make paper snowflakes. As the weather has turned cold, this is a great craft for a winter theme and to use the snowflakes to decorate around the Christmas tree or windows! To make these paper snowflakes, you will need the following.
To be honest, I think it was crazy to go to such a cold place when the weather outside was so lovely and warm. We had booked a mini tubing at SnowDome Tamworth for both of my children and friends. It was a bargain as we only paid half price for both children. Under a tenner!