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Meet Real Reindeer at Waterperry Gardens

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A little taste of the North Pole will arrive right here in the Walled Garden at Waterperry Gardens! Join us for a very special visit from Santa’s reindeer! You’ll get the chance to learn all about these unique creatures and their natural habitats (normal garden entrance fee applies).

We’re delighted once again to welcome Reindeer2Hire who are a family run business which was born out of a passion for sharing these beautiful animals with the public to enthral and to educate. Every one of the reindeer is truly loved and cared for to the highest standard. The reindeer spend their entire lives on their countryside farm spending nearly all year out in open countryside paddocks leading to a herd that is exceptionally happy, healthy and enjoy life to the full.

On Saturday 19 & Sunday 20 November 2022 from 11.30am till 2.30pm.

www.waterperrygardens.co.uk

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