If you keep track of Baby About Town’s adventures you will know we are super-fans of the awesome kid’s haven that is The Children’s Play Village in Warwick. If you’ve not yet been, WHY NOT? Check out our review when it first opened earlier this year and see what you’ve been missing out on. It’s not only a favourite of ours, we choose to visit once a month along with so many of our friends and followers too.
So when Shelley and Alan, King and Queen of the Play Village, invited Baby Town and I for a sneak peak of the village all decked out ready for Christmas, we just couldn’t say no. And what a day we had! Along with Claire from Families Warwickshire magazine and Lisa from Little Beanies photography, Baby Town had the entire village to himself and we had so much fun. Take a look at some of the gorgeous pics the super clever Lisa took.
Christmas really has arrived at this little corner of Warwick! The snow has fallen dusting the rooves with crisp white snow, garlands adorn the entire village and standing tall at the top of the village green stands a huge and truly magical Christmas tree. Look out for the giant presents and Nutcracker soldier too, oh and do drop by the Elf Workshop. And you may want a ride in a very famous vehicle on loan from the big guy himself whilst you’re there.
The Christmas village is opening its doors this week with specially themed visits and Santa Claus will be dropping by too for 12 very special play sessions throughout December. Take a look at the village website for all details, they have some rather magical plans afoot. We are counting the sleeps until our visit later this month – Elves Festive Fever where we get to meet Father Christmas himself.
I just know our festive visit to the Play Village will become one of our favourite Christmas traditions for years to come. Thank you Shelley and Alan & a very merry Christmas to you all.
Love Baby Town & The Moma
Thank you to Lisa and Claire for allowing us to share the photos and be sure to pick up a copy of Families Online who showcase the Play Village in its January/February edition.