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Castle Espie Elf Academy

WWT Castle Espie, 78 Ballydrain Road, Comber, County Down, BT23 6EA
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Celebrate the gift of giving this Christmas with a fun, festive experience at the Castle Espie Elf Academy.  We're partnering with local charity North Down Home Start to give gifts to children who would otherwise receive nothing on Christmas day.

First stop at Elf Academy is to drop off your donated gift to our elves. Then, it's time for some Christmas craft creativity before getting cosy in the crannog round-house for a story from Papa Elf himself! Enjoy toasting marshmallows round the fire and finally, go exploring round our reserve to find all the 'reindeer'.

Remember to collect your free festive treat when you return to the centre.

Please bring: a toy/book/gift to donate.

Max. 30 people per session. Booking essential. 

Please note both sessions on Friday 22nd December will be SEN sessions with reduced numbers.

 

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  • Booking Required

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  • On site parking

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Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Child£12.00 per ticket
Adult£8.00 per ticket

Under 1's free

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