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December 11, 2016

“Tis the season to be jolly”, yes December has arrived and you can’t help but be drawn into the magic of Christmas! This is the time of the year when you don’t need an excuse to indulge your sweet tooth, and you can spoil yourself galore at The #Chocolate Festival. The festival is being held at the #Business Design Centre in Islington and will host an array of chocolatiers and artisan delights to tantalize your taste buds. The event takes place from the 2nd to the 4th of December. There will be stands with demonstrations, tastings and talks. Guests can try luxurious cocoa beauty treatments at the Cocoa Spa, and at the #Health Zone you can learn the health benefits of chocolate. So that you don’t have any withdrawal symptoms from your favourite treat when you get home, you will be able to buy goodies from Britain’s best artisan chocolate companies at the Chocolate Market. Do you often use chocolate as a stocking filler when you can’t think of anything else?

 

I think we can all agree that children become the most enchanted with the spirit of #Christmas, especially with the fact that they’ll be getting lots of #presents. They are fascinated with the iconic man in red and this year you can take your children to see Father Christmas at the Royal Albert Hall. You will be able to explore the venue for an hour long tour with a Victorian doorkeeper who knows all of the Hall’s secrets. The tour involves solving puzzles and following clues to find a key to Father Christmas’s grotto, where children aged two and above will receive a special present. The event also lets the kids have fun with festive card and #decoration making in the craft corner. You will be able to catch Father Christmas at the Royal Albert hall from the 6th to the 24th of December. This is an experience that you and your kids will never forget.

 

However you decide to spend the festive season, I wish all my readers a very happy and #joyful Christmas!!!!

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