Christmas at the Valley is back and set to be even better than last year – with loads of fun for families including a Christmas circus.
For the second year in a row Sandwell Valley in West Bromwich will host the Christmas event throughout December.
Families can visit Santa’s grotto, see the reindeer and take part in Christmas crafts. There will also be festive food and drinks, a small funfair, a Christmas shop and a treasure hunt.
This year, in addition to these festivities, families are set to be wowed by a Christmas circus. Shows will run throughout the day and include death-defying stunts like the wheel of death.
Christmas at the Valley runs every day from Saturday 2 December right up until Christmas Eve. Sandwell Park Farm will at open 10am to 6pm on weekends and 10am to 5pm on weekdays with last entry at 4pm during weekends and 3pm during the week. Tickets for Christmas Eve are already sold out.
Admission is £11 for children aged between two and 11 who want to see Santa in his grotto. Admission for children under two is £5, for adults and children aged 12 and over is £7 and £4 for over 60s. Admission for over 12s does not include a visit to the grotto.
Tickets are selling fast and with Christmas Eve already sold out, now is the time to book.
This year’s Christmas at the Valley follows on from a successful event last year.
Councillor Paul Moore, cabinet member for regeneration and economic investment said: “We had some really great feedback last year and this year promises to be even better.
“I encourage families to book early and online to avoid disappointment and guarantee their visit to this lovely event.”
Christmas At The Valley is an outdoor event located in a working farm. Shelter is limited at the farm so families are asked to wrap up warm and be prepared for windy and rainy conditions.