Nativity Plays and Visits to Father Christmas
Bringing the Nativity to Life
The whole family is caught up in the Christmas magic at Pennywell. Adults are welcome to take part in the Nativity or simply watch the delight and wonder on the children’s faces from the cosy straw bale seating, as the greatest story ever told comes to life.
Picture the scene . . a magical manger setting with all the Pennywell animals, the barn twinkling with hundreds of tint lights in the many Christmas trees and carols ringing out across the farm.
Every child can become a star performer of they would like to. We have the costumes to provide a host of heavenly angels, shepherds watching their sheep, wise men travelling to worship, innkeepers and of course, Mary and Joseph.
The Christmas Journey continues as every child will be greeted personally by Father Christmas to receive their very special Christmas gift.
A warm festive welcome then awaits in Henny Penny's Cafe where the smell of mulled wine and delicious mince pies fill the air. Sit back and enjoy a tea or coffee while the children are treated to a homemade Christmas biscuit and a soft drink.
You need to allow two hours for your Pennywell Christmas experience, beginning with your Nativity performance to get you into the Christmas spirit, followed by a visit to Father Christmas and rounded off with festive refreshments. Please arrive 15 minutes before your performance, remember to wrap up warm and don't forget to bring your camera.
Breakfast with Santa
Santa arrives with his elves on Saturday 24th November!
Book the 9.45am performance on Sat 24 Nov to see Santa arrive at the farm, Pennywell style.
Plus . . . .
If you book the first performance on 24th, 25th Nov or 1st, 2nd Dec, Breakfast with Santa is included.
OR . . .
book the 2.30pm performance on Sat 1st or Sun 2nd Dec and enjoy a Devon Cream Tea with Santa after your performance.
A Christmas experience like no other!
Leave the high street behind and lose yourself in the joy and wonder of Christmas. Journey with us as our authentic manger scene in the cosy barn takes us back to the very first Christmas with the arrival of the baby Jesus at its heart.