Bookings are now being taken to see Santa in his grotto at King’s Lynn’s Vancouver Quarter.
The popular grotto will be open every Saturday and Sunday from November 30 up to Christmas as well as on Monday, December 23 and Christmas Eve.
The organisers have said the grotto will be slightly different with a wintery path to follow before meeting Santa via an elves’ workshop where young visitors can catch a glimpse of them at work.
There will also be a wrapped gift for every child and a professional photographer will be on-hand to take pictures.
Parents can book a maximum of three tickets per half-hour slot but adults do not need tickets to accompany their children to visit Santa.
The event will continue to support East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) so there will be a £3 charge per child this year.
The money will go towards the charity’s Nook Appeal to provide a new hospice for children near Norwich.
EACH provides a range of help and support to families with children facing life-limiting conditions.
A spokesman for the organisers said: “Booking in advance is essential for slots between 10am and 3pm.”
There are walk-in slots available from 3pm to 4pm on each date but these must be booked on the day and will be first-come, first served.
For bookings and more details see online via vancouverquarter.com/christmas-grotto-2019