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Santa's traditional Christmas

By Herald Express  |  Posted: December 12, 2012

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CHILDREN and adults alike will love the traditional Christmas from December 8 - 24 at Paignton Zoo this year with the chance to meet Santa in his grotto and much more!

Enjoy the fun and lively performances of the 'Crunch and Moody' puppet show, where you'll meet Crunch the cranky crocodile and Moody the cheeky monkey as they lead you on a journey through their animated antics. You can also visit Jungle Fun to create a Crunch or Moody mask as a special souvenir.

Santa and his busy elves will greet you in their enchanted grotto where children will receive their special Christmas present.

Don't forget to take a ride on the festive Christmas train (weather permitting) for a journey around the lake to see if you can spot the tigers, lions, gorillas and more, and enjoy some delicious refreshments – all included in the ticket price.

Want to meet Santa, Crunch and Moody this year? Then hurry and book your place today as spaces are limited!

Saturday 15th, Sunday 16th, Saturday 22nd, Sunday 23rd December 2012 at 10.30 am, 11.30 am or 1.30 pm.

Monday 24th Christmas Eve at 10.30 am and 11.30.

Annual Members: Children under 3 years - £7; Children aged 3 – 15 years - £7; Adults - £5; Seniors - £5.

Non-members: Children under 3 years - £7; Children aged 3 – 15 years - £12.60; Adults - £13.50; Seniors - £11.90.

All ticket prices include entrance to the Zoo, entertainment, refreshments and the train ride. All children's ticket prices also include a gift.

Booking for this event is essential and easy.

Book online at www.paigntonzoo.org.uk with a debit or credit card or download the booking form and post it with your payment to: Santa's Traditional Christmas, Paignton Zoo, Environmental Park, Totnes Road, Paignton, Devon, TQ4 7EU.

Or you can book in person at the Paignton Zoo reception or telephone 0844 474 2222.

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