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Winter Season at Eureka! Commences: Saturday, November 23, 2019, and ends Sunday, Jan 05, 2020 - HX1 2NE

Weekends from 23 Nov and every day from 20 Dec – Sun 5 Jan Weekends from 23 Nov and every day from 20 Dec – Sun 5 Jan Meet the friendliest elves around as well as Father Christmas himself in our Santa’s Grotto – “One of the best in the UK” - NetMums. Watch our festive show ‘Snow Day’ and see Jack Frost help a child experience the magic of snow for the very first time. Plus additional cost to visit Santa's grotto. https://www.eureka.org.uk/event/winter-season-eureka/ £13.95 for adults, £13.95 for children aged 3 and over, £5.95 for 1-2 year olds , Free for under 1’s Or free admission with an annual pass.

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Santa Specials Commences: Saturday, November 30, 2019, and ends Tuesday, Dec 24, 2019 - HD8 9XJ

Selected dates from 30 November to 24 December 2019***TICKETS GO ON SALE AT 9.30AM ON THURSDAY 1 AUGUST 2019*** A magical festive experience awaits you this Christmas at the Kirklees Light Railway...

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Christmas at Mother Shipton's Commences: Sunday, December 01, 2019, and ends Tuesday, Dec 24, 2019 - HG5 8DD

From the 1st December to the 24th DecemberSanta is flying here to see you! Let the twinkling lights draw you into the wonder of Mother Shipton’s magical memory-making Christmas experience. The excitement begins with Santa’s jolly elves giving each child their own festive activity pack. Adults can enjoy a complimentary glass of mulled wine whilst the children are busy writing a letter to Santa and a wish to hang on the Christmas tree. Don’t forget to visit Mother Shipton’s Post Office to stamp and send off your letter to Santa! If you are feeling creative, you can decorate a gingerbread man for an additional cost. Hot drinks and mince pies are also available. To fuel Santa’s reindeer as they fly all over the world, they will need some food. Fill a bag with magical food to take home and scatter. Acorn the Toy Maker will be working hard to make lots of toys for children this Christmas. Help Acorn to make some traditional wooden toys to fill up Santa’s sleigh before his Christmas Eve journey. As you venture through breathtaking surroundings, immerse yourself in Christmas wonder with Holly Berry the Storyteller who will read you an enchanting tale. And then to the main event: Chief Elf Chestnut has the important task of warming you up before entering the stunning grotto that leads you through to meet Santa. Receive a very special gift and have a photo taken, which will then be available to buy in the Christmas Shop alongside an array of wonderful gifts and decorations. Tickets to see Santa can be purchased ONLINE ONLY, selected dates from 1st to 24th December. Mother Shipton’s will also be hosting a Champion Day on 30th November for children and adults who would prefer a quieter, more relaxed visit to Santa with no bright lights or loud noises. For more information visit www.mothershipton.co.uk/events/christmas/ Places are limited, don’t miss out! Book now at https://mothershipton.digitickets.co.uk/tickets

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Bancroft Mill Engine Museum Commences: Sunday, March 29, 2020, and ends Sunday, Mar 29, 2020 - BB18 5QR

Steaming on various dates - see web site Bancroft Mill Engine Museum is a former cotton mill. It houses Lancashire’s largest steam mill engine – one of the very few engines still to be left in the mill which it once powered. This engine runs on certain dates – for details of opening times see http://www.bancroftmill.org.uk/ The Museum has two unique engines, both run under steam which is generated in our 1912 Cornish boiler. See the engines, the steam plant and the chimney. See Lancashire looms weaving cloth as they did 100 years ago. See displays of mill artefacts and photographs related to the Lancashire cotton industry. Free car parking. Disabled access to most of site. Café for tea/coffee and cake. Guided tours available.

For futher information please contact: info@bancroftmill.org.uk

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Bancroft Mill Engine Museum Commences: Sunday, April 19, 2020, and ends Sunday, Apr 19, 2020 - BB18 5QR

Steaming on various dates - see web site Bancroft Mill Engine Museum is a former cotton mill. It houses Lancashire’s largest steam mill engine – one of the very few engines still to be left in the mill which it once powered. This engine runs on certain dates – for details of opening times see http://www.bancroftmill.org.uk/ The Museum has two unique engines, both run under steam which is generated in our 1912 Cornish boiler. See the engines, the steam plant and the chimney. See Lancashire looms weaving cloth as they did 100 years ago. See displays of mill artefacts and photographs related to the Lancashire cotton industry. Free car parking. Disabled access to most of site. Café for tea/coffee and cake. Guided tours available.

For futher information please contact: info@bancroftmill.org.uk

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Bancroft Mill Engine Museum Commences: Sunday, May 10, 2020, and ends Sunday, May 10, 2020 - BB18 5QR

Steaming on various dates - see web site Bancroft Mill Engine Museum is a former cotton mill. It houses Lancashire’s largest steam mill engine – one of the very few engines still to be left in the mill which it once powered. This engine runs on certain dates – for details of opening times see http://www.bancroftmill.org.uk/ The Museum has two unique engines, both run under steam which is generated in our 1912 Cornish boiler. See the engines, the steam plant and the chimney. See Lancashire looms weaving cloth as they did 100 years ago. See displays of mill artefacts and photographs related to the Lancashire cotton industry. Free car parking. Disabled access to most of site. Café for tea/coffee and cake. Guided tours available.

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Bancroft Mill Engine Museum Commences: Sunday, May 10, 2020, and ends Sunday, May 10, 2020 - BB18 5QR

Steaming on various dates - see web site Bancroft Mill Engine Museum is a former cotton mill. It houses Lancashire’s largest steam mill engine – one of the very few engines still to be left in the mill which it once powered. This engine runs on certain dates – for details of opening times see http://www.bancroftmill.org.uk/ The Museum has two unique engines, both run under steam which is generated in our 1912 Cornish boiler. See the engines, the steam plant and the chimney. See Lancashire looms weaving cloth as they did 100 years ago. See displays of mill artefacts and photographs related to the Lancashire cotton industry. Free car parking. Disabled access to most of site. Café for tea/coffee and cake. Guided tours available.

For futher information please contact: info@bancroftmill.org.uk

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