More Log Cabins Articles A recent Winter Wonderland event held by a charity in Wiltshire has been hailed as "a resounding success".
The weekend event which was organised by the Rowdeford Charity Trust and held in gardens in Bromham attracted 3,000 visitors and raised £11,000 for the charity, the North Wiltshire and Kennet Gazette & Herald reported.
According to the newspaper, visitors were greeted by a nativity scene in an authentic stable and "a towering tree", among other attractions.
"Eager children queued to see Father Christmas in his log cabin ably supported by a band of elves," it added.
The gardens also incorporated a pantomime trail which wound its way through the site, offering surprises including 20 "well known characters".
News of the festive event follows a BBC report of a South Yorkshire garden that became home to a giant, 16ft snowman during last week's snowfall.
Karl Broadbent from Doncaster said he had decided to build the snowman after his daughters challenged him to make one as high as their house.
Posted by David Webb -
14 December 2010
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