Santa arrived at Toad Hall on Saturday morning to the delight of the children waiting in the queue.
The grotto, run by Henley Lions, was officially opened by Paul Barrett, Chair of the Trustees at the Chiltern Centre for Disabled Children who are one of the children’s charities who will benefit from the money raised during this year’s festive season.
On entering the grotto the children are greeted by a beautiful snowy woodland scene with lots of animals before they reach Santa’s house and greeted by Santa and his helpful elves. One of the first to meet Santa was Malika Stubbs who was there with her Dad who works at Toad Hall.
Santa will be in his grotto every weekend on Saturday and Sunday, leading up to Christmas, from 10.30 to 3.30pm. The cost is £6 to visit Santa and every child is given a present.
By visiting the Henley Lions Santa’s Grotto, your children will not only be receiving but they will be giving to other children less fortunate.