A WEEKEND of seasonal fun is taking place at one of Wirral’s best-loved tourist attractions.
Ness Gardens hosts a festive extravaganza this weekend – December 14 and 15 – when it transforms in to a winter wonderland.
Lots of seasonal activities has been planned to make visits extra special.
Children can join in a Christmas stocking hunt which will be held on both days from 11am to 3pm.
Youngsters can find the hidden Christmas stockings around the gardens containing letters that reveal the special Christmas word.
Take your answer to Father Christmas in the summerhouse and receive an early Christmas present.
Tickets cost £2.50 per child, which includes garden admission.
On Saturday (December 14) there will be a guided winter walk to discover seed heads, stems and plants to grow in winter. Garden admission applies and the walk will take place from 10am to 2pm.
For the more creative there is willow sculpture demonstrations on both days from 11am to 3pm.
Jane Foddy, a talented local willow sculptor, will be taking the classes and designing creatures great and small for your garden. Garden admission applies.
Christmas crafts for the family can also be created on both days from 11am to 3pm.
Table decorations, make a wreath, solve a word search and make cards along with colouring fun are just some of the items that can be made.