Bewl Water, the largest reservoir in southeast England, is offering one lucky family the opportunity to win free tickets for their brand-new festive experience – Christmas at Bewl Water, set to open its doors to the public on November 18. Following the buzz created by the sale of hundreds of tickets online earlier this month, the chance to snag a spot for free has made the festive season even more exciting.
The magic continues right up until the most exciting night of the year, Christmas Eve, and tickets are priced at £40 per child and £15 per adult. Families now have a shot at winning them without spending a penny by entering Bewl Water’s competition on Instagram (@bewlwater).
To take part, simply follow Bewl Water, hit like on their Christmas competition post, and tag three friends. A bonus entry awaits if you share the post to your story. Hurry though, as the competition closes on October 4 at 12pm before the lucky winner will be revealed on October 6 via Instagram.
For those not plugged into social media, you can also enter by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Since the ticket release last week, sessions, especially those on weekends leading up to Christmas, are flying off the shelves. Families keen on securing their slot can visit christmas.bewlwater.co.uk.
The two-hour experience includes parking for the duration of the event and promises a bundle of festive activities, storytelling by Santa’s elves, themed magical lands, play zones, and an exclusive meet and greet with Father Christmas, where each child will receive an early gift.
Expect plenty of photo opportunities along the way, and recharge with seasonal drinks, sweet treats, and festive delights.
When visiting Christmas at Bewl Water, be sure to allocate plenty of time to enjoy all the festive fun on offer before your booked moment at Santa’s Grotto.
Bewl Water invites you to arrive two hours prior to your Santa visit to take part in the activities, explore the enchanted wonderland and grab something to eat before meeting the man in red to wrap up the experience. On arrival, kids will receive their very own special stamp card that Santa’s elves will mark as they make their way around each activity. Dress warmly and wear suitable footwear since all workshops will be held outdoors under marquees.
The festive activities include a trip to Santa’s Post Office, creating reindeer food, visiting Mrs Claus’ Bakery, and diving into Christmas crafts. Also, look forward to live storytelling, a Candy Land sweet shop and plenty of souvenirs to take home.
Sunisa Avery, Events Marketing Manager, said: “We’re thrilled to introduce a brand-new Christmas experience to Kent and Sussex. The response since ticket release has been fantastic. We aspire to make this year truly special, with a little help from Santa’s elves, our woodland friends and the big man himself.”