Christmas at Lathcoats

Farmyard nativity - turn up and take part

Join us for our annual turn up and take part Farmyard Nativity on December 8th 2019, in conjunction with St Michael's, St Mary's and St Paul's churches. Parts and costumes at 4pm, performance at 4.30pm . No tickets required, this is a free to attend event for everyone. We provide the costumes, the animals, the script and the direction, you provide the performers and the audience! The whole event takes place outdoors so please dress appropriately. Refreshments afterwards in the Packing Shed.

The First Christmas Tree - children's event - BOOK TICKETS HERE

Experience the magic of Christmas at Lathcoats with renowned storytellers Mike and Sarah Dodsworth who return with a magical interactive farmyard theatre performance for children - The First Christmas Tree. Booking Now Open. Be part of the magical story of how the smallest tree in the forest was chosen by the angels to take their gifts to the newborn baby in the stable. Includes craft activities and a very special gift to take home. Each session will last no longer than an hour, group size - no more than 10 participating children (plus adults). Please note the majority of the session will be indoors but not heated, and may finish with a short walk outside. Each child must have a valid ticket and must be accompanied by at least one responsible adult. Tickets £12.50 per child, with sessions available from November 30th right through until Christmas Eve. Suitable for children aged 3-8.

The Farm shop and the Bee Shed

Everything you need for a wonderful, local Chrismas! From our ever popular hampers to beautiful gifts and decorations and the very best meat, vegetables, desserts and everything for homebaking. Plus of course our own juice, cider and apples.  The Bee Shed will also put you in good spirits for the festive period with delicious cakes and lunches. Settle in and enjoy the warmth of our welcome and the woodburning stove.


At Lathcoats award winning Farm Shop, you’ll find over 40 varieties of English apples from our own orchards

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