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Ireland’s Lapland @ Glendeer Pet Farm

Friday, 13th December, 2013 10:10am
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It’s not every day that you arrive at a farm decorated with thousands of twinkling lights, meet Santa & his deer Dancer & Prancer or see a crib with a live cow & donkey, except of course when you visit Ireland’s Lapland @ Glendeer Pet Farm.

Ireland’s Lapland has something for everyone, young & old alike. The children get their little bag of food to feed the animals as they make their way over to see Santa, have a chat with him & receive a gift & adults can treat themselves to fresh coffee/cappuccino & homemade snacks in the warm surroundings of the cosy coffee shop.

There is plenty to entertain the kids with the INDOOR Skywalk play area with lots of slides & bridges so Glendeer is perfect even on those wet or snowy days, just remember to wrap up warm!

Don’t forget to bring along a camera so you can take plenty of memorable pictures of your Lapland experience. This year Santa arrives by sleigh on Sat 30th Nov at 5pm & will be at the farm every evening until the 23rd of December.


To celebrate the arrival of Santa at Ireland’s Lapland @ Glendeer Pet Farm we have one family pass to giveaway! Simply go to the Westmeath Independent Facebook page and like and share the Glendeer Pet Farm post. We will be announcing the lucky winner on Monday 16th of December.

For more info or directions on Ireland’s Lapland @ Glendeer Pet Farm, Curryroe, Drum, Athlone visit www.glendeerpetfarm.ie or contact them on 090 6437147. Alternatively you can check out their official Facebook page; www.facebook.com/GlendeerPetFarm or follow them on Twitter; https://twitter.com/GlendeerFarm

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