Sky Park Farm Sparkles During First Christmas Festivities - The Directory Group






From the Visitor Experience to the Farm Shop, The Grazing Rooms to the Butcher, visitors to Sky Park Farm have left with a smile as every member of the family has found something to enjoy since opening in May. As a thank you from the team, entry to the Visitor Experience will be FREE from Thursday 30th December to Monday 3rd January.


The farm’s own Festive Series was officially opened as Father Christmas switched on the lights of its magnificent 10 metre Christmas Tree. The celebration, attended by 80 guests, included a magical walk through twinkling races, carols sung by Laines Performing Arts school choir, Silly Scott the magician wowing guests and a festive feast from The Grazing Rooms.


One parent commented “My family had the most wonderful evening and were thrilled to share their Christmas dreams with Father Christmas before posting their letter to the North Pole”.


The Sky Park Farm Team, all decked in elf costumes, were delighted to be able to host a small number of guests for their first Christmas event. Victoria Noonan, owner, commented “It has been an incredible journey this year since opening the Visitor Experience in May, and hard to believe we only opened the Farm Shop, Butcher and The Grazing Rooms in mid-October. We were thrilled to be able to host a small magical Christmas event this year and hope to be able to extend the offer in future years”.


The event marked the start of the first Christmas season at Sky Park Farm, which also included wreath making workshops run by Lynne from The Flower Shed. The Grazing Rooms team have created a delicious Six Course Festive Tasting Menu available Wednesday - Friday during Advent, which runs alongside the December menu celebrating seasonal dishes.


The spectacular tree will be in The Grazing Rooms Courtyard for all to enjoy throughout December.


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