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December - Our festive to do list and dates for the diary




It is December! I honestly can not believe how quick this year has gone by. We are now into December and festivities are in full swing! We have already attended a few festive events and it was so great being able to get back out and enjoy events after a rubbish 2020. This December we have decided to create a festive to do list, in the hope that we can spend a bit more family time together, having fun and just enjoying the festive spirit in the air.


Festive to do list

🎅Popcorn Garland

🎅Ice Skating

🎅Bake Cookies

🎅Visit Santa

🎅Attend a carol service

🎅Make peppermint bark

🎅Build a gingerbread house

🎅Watch Classic Christmas movie

🎅Make mulled wine

🎅Attend Panto

🎅Winter walk to see lights

🎅Make paper snowflakes

🎅Make a wreath

🎅Go on a winter scavenger hunt

🎅Decorate a Christmas ornament

🎅Make some Christmas slime

🎅Feed real reindeer

🎅Make cards

🎅Make ice balls

🎅Board game night with festive music and snacks

🎅Head to the cinema to watch a classic Christmas movie

🎅Read The night before Christmas (Christmas eve)



Dates for the diary

Santa will be out doing test flights! It's actually the International Space station flying past every night, but it's great for kids who are starting to ask questions about Santa. Check out our Facebook for weekly updates on dates and times HERE


11th December Christmas Jumper day

19th December Full Moon known as the Cold moon/Long Night Moon

21st December Winter Solstice/Midwinter/Yule

24th Christmas Eve

25th Christmas day

26th Boxing day

31st New Years Eve


Movie Releases for December

10th Clifford The Big Red Dog

15th Spiderman No Way Home

22nd The Matrix Resurrections


(2022 looks to be a fab year for new releases)

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