Join Santa in his Grotto at the Barn at Glebe Farm every Saturday and Sunday in December before Christmas. He will be dropping in between 11am and 1pm and again between 2pm and 4pm to meet all the girls and boys and hear their Christmas wishes. There will also be a gift for each child too. All for just £5.95 per child.

While you visit why not join us for lunch in the fully decorated Christmas Barn. We will be serving hot turkey baps with all the trimmings to include stuffing, pigs in blankets, cranberry sauce and gravy. Hot mulled wine and cider will also be available along with mince pies. Booking is not required.


The Astbury Live Nativity will take place on Monday 17th and Tuesday 18th December, at 6.00pm for 6.30 starting inside Astbury Church. Tickets are limited so advanced booking is recommended.

The Nativity portrays the real meaning of Christmas and grows in popularity every year. For many it is the highlight of their Christmas celebrations. Singing carols along the way, we following the footsteps of Mary and Joseph until we find the baby Jesus.

Our Journey begins when the centurion orders everyone to go to Bethlehem. Crossing over to the Egerton Arms, we are greeted by the grumpy innkeeper, who informs us that there is no room at the inn. We walk towards the village hall, where hopefully the Angel Gabriel and a few junior members of the heavenly host will make an appearance. Then we move on down to Glebe Farm drive to meet some rustic shepherds, before heading into the barn to find Mary, Joseph and baby Jesus. Finally, the three Wise Men arrive and we end with prayers and refreshments.

Tickets are: £5.00 for adults £2.50 for children and £12 for a family ticket (2 adults and 3 children). This includes: mulled wine, hot chocolate and mince pies.

Please wear sensible footwear warm clothing and bring a torch.
Tickets will be available shortly from Glebe Farm shop – 01260 273916.

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