Win a festive visit to Willows Farm Village

PUBLISHED: 10:32 05 December 2013 | UPDATED: 10:32 05 December 2013

Be in with a chance of winning a visit to Willows Farm Village

Be in with a chance of winning a visit to Willows Farm Village


The Royston Crow has teamed up with Willows Farm Village, near St Albans, to offer one lucky person a chance to win a family day pass to visit Santa in his spectacular grotto (admits four, plus a free gift for children).

A Christmas day out at Willows Farm Village is bursting with magical festive activities and family fun galore.

Every child who meets Santa in his grotto receives a golden key to his toy shop where they can choose any gift they see from the stacked shelves – but that is just where the excitement starts.

Watch the Nativity Story, take a turn on Willows’ ice rink and visit one of Santa’s reindeer and a host of other animal friends in the farmyard.

Enjoy festive fun fair rides, acres of indoor and outdoor adventure play and a Christmas challenge around the farm village, where you will find the hidden reindeer cut outs to win a free box of glittering reindeer dust.

Take in the twinkling scenes of the Festive Wood Ride and do not forget to visit the Elves House to write a letter to Santa.

Willows magical memories are not the only thing you’ll have to remember your special day by, as all children posting their letter to Santa at Willows* will receive a free reply from Santa himself.

To be in with a chance of winning, answer this question:

What colour key opens the door to Santa’s toy shop?

A - Gold

B - Silver

C - Blue

Text TC Willows followed by your answer (A, B or C), and your name and postcode to 80058.

Texts cost £1, plus your standard network rate. Competition closes on Thursday, December 12 at midday.

Usual promotion rules apply – visit the Crow website at or call customer services on 0844 3572403.

* Willows cannot guarantee a reply before Christmas for letters posted after December 14.

For more information visit or call 0870 129 9718.


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