Father Christmas Experience
December 15, 2018 @ 10:00 AMView all dates for this event
A Traditional Christmas with Trowbridge Museum and Town Hall Arts
Saturdays 1, 8, 15, 22 Dec and Friday 21 Dec
For a truly magical Christmas treat, come to Trowbridge Town Hall in December and meet our traditional Father Christmas.
Father Christmas will be settling into his charming Victorian parlour, decorated with garlands, bells and an enormous Christmas tree, with a large sack of delightful presents ready for all the children he meets. He'll be joined by a Victorian storyteller and his old-fashioned photographer and afterwards he has a lovely little craft activity for you to have a go at.
A visit to Father Christmas costs just £10 per child and includes a traditional gift, storytelling,a Christmas card activity and a splendid sepia photograph as a memento. The experience lasts roughly 45 minutes. If you would like to book a SEN session, please get in touch.
Book for Father Christmas and Land of Nod and save £2.
We had some lovely photographs taken by John Le Brocq last year which are available to buy by following this link. Below is some more information from John about ordering images.
Photos are in the Victorian Xmas Gallery, there are a lot so please click through.
Thank you for checking in, I hope you find a photo you like.
When ordering please choose print size to fit photo without cropping image (on some images this may include a white border that can be trimmed).
To do this, you should see a preview of print with crop option before finalising to checkout. If it’s the wrong size, simply go back and try a variation.
select 'no crop'(all photos have been cropped) – no colour correction (photos have an 'aged' finish, further correction may have unwanted consequences).
Canvas prints are best with some image ‘wraparound’ on the sides.
Gift items have not been tested.
If you would prefer to use a different print company, full resolution digital downloads are available, please respect the license.
Images will appear brighter on screen than in print – the difference will depend on your screen settings.