Father Christmas' Flying Visit

Thursday 22 December, 3-5pm or 6:30-8:30pm

Last year, Evergreen ruined the special Christmas pie right before Mother Christmas’ famous feast, but got his comeuppance when Father Christmas asked him to clear up all the reindeer poo as punishment! He also needed to learn how to wear his uniform properly – fortunately Tolkien the Verreaux’s Eagle-Owl helped him there.

Father Christmas has kept him working at the Hawk Conservancy Trust making presents under the beady watch of Charlie the Barn Owl. He keeps an eye on all elves, boys and girls so that Father Christmas knows who to put on his naughty and nice lists. Something magical happens at Christmas time and the owls will share with us all the details of Evergreen’s mischievousness of the past year.

Father Christmas and more of his magical team of owls will be stopping at the Trust for this special family event. Find out what mischief Evergreen the Elf is up to and watch the magical owls fly. Girls and boys will meet Mother Christmas, who will share some freshly-baked treats from her kitchen for the children to enjoy whilst she tells them about the magical owls.
Father Christmas’ elves will have a special present to give out to every good girl and boy!

This joyous family event includes a magical owl flying display and festive story-telling. It also includes a hot dog or burger, festive biscuit and hot drink.


Tickets: £21.95

FUNDRAISING EVENT – Your ticket will support the charitable work of the Hawk Conservancy Trust

Other useful information about this event

We would like to advise visitors that we have a natural countryside setting and sensible footwear and appropriate clothing for outdoors are recommended. Most walkways are laid paths; however you may find some natural unevenness within our grounds. This event will be held outside so please come dressed for the weather.

Did you know?
Owls are often associated with Hallowe’en because in the Middle Ages they were often thought to be witches. It was also believed that if you heard an owl’s call, it meant someone was going to die.
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