Home Visit From An Elf With Gifts From £25 @ Little Bird

2 October 2016
Home Visit From An Elf With Gifts

Are you looking for a really special way to get your children into the Christmas spirit? How about if one of Santa's Elves came to visit them at home bearing gifts? Wouldn't that be wonderful? Booking is now open for these Elf Home Visits from the National Elf Service, and when you buy through Little Bird you get up to 32% off!

The Elf will visit at a pre-arranged time, give a special knock at the door, and then come and tell your child stories of Santa and his workshop. Children will be able to become a special elf helper and assist in making their own stuffed reindeer toy, and they will also get other gifts of a book, craft activity, and some reindeer food to leave out on Christmas Eve.

Visits typically last around 15 minutes, but will be longer if you have booked for more than one child, and you can buy extra gifts, and even a toy elf to build up the excitement before the visit.

Elf Visits are available in selected areas of England only at the moment, covering mainly the South up to the Midlands, though that's a big extension on the areas covered last year so here's hoping they add even more.

Prices start from just £25 for an Elf Home Visit, including gifts, and that's cheaper than buying direct from the National Elf Service where it will cost from £30.

There's lots more information on the link above about the areas covered, the pricing of the different packages and how to book.

TOPICS:   Christmas

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10 comments

  • Melanie S.

    This would be lovely. If only it was done in northern ireland too!

  • Lauren G.

    the kids would luv this :christmas_tree:

  • Rachel H.

    we should do this for the kids they would be so excited x

  • Claire M.

    That's really good would be better if it was santa! ! We used to get a visit from santa when we were small x

  • Trish B.

    Please bring to the north east x

  • Mairi R.

    Only England not Scotland, Ireland or wales bit unfair to other parts of "Great Britain" unless I have missed read the list of places!

  • Kelsey S.

    They don't do it in Rotherham x

  • Danielle F.

    Yeah I'm pretty sure my husband would rather like this surprise visit more than the kids! :joy::joy::joy:

  • Frazer H.

    Don't know bout my Wayne's I wouldn't mind a visit fae that elf :joy::joy:

  • Claire S.

    I did this last year for my boys and my nephew... It was fantastic....

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