We love her beautiful images, and can’t believe how sunny Cannon Hall Farm looks on a crisp winter’s day…
Read all about her magical experience below…
I took my two children (aged 2yrs and 5yrs) along to Cannon Hall Farm to visit Santa’s Elves workshop and they had an amazing time.
The elves welcomed us to the beautiful toy factory and soon put all the children at ease, and had them racing around to choose their very own bear to make.
We then formed a line along the factory table and sang jingle bells as the bear stuffing was passed along until everyone had enough.
The elves helped all the children finish off their bears before inviting them to make some magical reindeer food and also write a card for Santa.
The whole experience was magical, and it engaged the children incredibly well. Both of my kids loved it, and they haven’t let go of their toy bears since!
After meeting the elves, we went for a play and a race around in the playground, which was great fun. We then squeezed in a quick snack and much needed cup of tea for me in the restaurant, before heading to the arena for the sheep race at midday.
This was huge fun. Everyone got a free ticket so they could bet on which sheep would win. Robin was a little tired by this point, so he finished off his snacks whilst Emilia was shouting “COME ON RED” at the top of her voice.
After the sheep race, we squeezed in a tractor ride before heading home with two very tired, and very happy children.
Loved reading about Cannon Hall Farm?
Click on our What’s On page to find out about our other Yorkshire Attractions Christmas events!
Tweet to @DayOutYorkshire and @CannonHallFarm let us know if you’ll be visiting Elves Workshop at Cannon Hall Farm this festive season!
If you’d like to read more about Jo Murricane and her lifestyle blog in Yorkshire, read more here. For more details about Jo, click on her website.
Please note any views expressed on Jo Murricane’s blog/website does not reflect the view of Yorkshire Attractions or it’s individual attractions.