Treat the kids to breakfast with Santa Claus in Gosforth

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Dobbies in Gosforth are hosting special Santa’s breakfast events.

UK garden centre, Dobbie’s are hosting a special Santa Claus breakfast, that your children are bound to love.

Dobbie’s, which has a garden centre located in Gosforth, have been running the festive event since November and will do right up until Christmas Eve.

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The event is a family experience perfect for families and children under 10-years-old. It includes the food, fun activities and a special visit from the man himself - Santa Claus. Children will also be given a present from Santa.

The event has run is year’s previous and has proved to be incredibly successful and popular with families across all of Dobbie’s locations in the UK.

The event is priced at £13.99 per child and from £7.30 per adult, with breakfast food options available for both the children and the adults. Families will be seated and served at their own tables.

A festive afternoon tea is also available at only £20 for two people, with unlimited tea and coffee refills.

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Sarah Murray, Partnership and Events Manager at Dobbies, said: “We’re really excited to be welcoming families to Santa’s Breakfast. We always receive such positive feedback for this event, so we’re delighted to have Santa back this year. There’s truly something for everyone in our Gosforth store.”

Due to the popularity of Santa’s Breakfast, booking in advance is essential. When booking online, customers will also have the opportunity to donate to Dobbie’s national charity partner, Teenage Cancer Trust.

Booking is still available for Monday December 19, Tuesday December 20, Wednesday December 21, and Thursday December 22 - with some dates having reduced or limited availability.

To book Santa’s Breakfast and to view the full breakfast menus, please visit here.

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