Silent Sunday – snowy village December 22, 2013 In Linkies Share and tell others about this post:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)MoreClick to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Christmaschristmas villageSilent sunday 0 Prev Post How to pimp your candles – glitter, paint or otherwise December 22, 2013 Next Post Round up of 2013 – the good, the bad and the ugly December 23, 2013 Related Posts Project 52 2022 week 47 November 26, 2022 Project 52 2022 week 46 November 19, 2022 Christmas jumper styles for women November 13, 2022 30 Comments HelpfulMum 9 years ago Wow, this looks completely magical! bubbablue Post Author 9 years ago I know. It really made the displays. Sarah 9 years ago Lovely picture – love the look on his face. we love Milletts but haven’t seen this christmas extravaganza! bubbablue Post Author 9 years ago It’s definitely a place we’ll be trying to get back to. So much on offer whatever the season and worth the 50 minute journey each way for us. Coombe Mill - Fiona 9 years ago How great and what a fab view point for the children. bubbablue Post Author 9 years ago I probably wouldn’t have noticed it had there not been a little girl in it when we walked up. But definitely a great idea. Good job it wasn’t too busy, and that the children who’d had a go were happy to let the next person have their go. Obviously very polite children in Oxfordshire! Mary @over40andamumtoone 9 years ago Oh wow! Going to have to go to Millets Fram – not been there for a few months. This looks fab! bubbablue Post Author 9 years ago Definitely go. If you’ve been to Bicester Wyevale, this is much better. And there’s ice skating. Lesley Ann 9 years ago Oh wow, what a gorgeous winter wonderland! Such a great idea x bubbablue Post Author 9 years ago It’s definitely a great way to display what I would usually class as quite a tacky Christmas decoration. But done like this, it’s quite beautiful. kateonthinice 9 years ago Fantastic display. Makes me want to visit a centre which I just never do bubbablue Post Author 9 years ago I never really thought about garden centres, but big ones have great gift sections, lovely displays and gorgeous decorations to buy, and obviously the extras like grottos, ice skating etc. Eileen Teo 9 years ago this is very interesting! wish they made one for adult too! bubbablue Post Author 9 years ago Am sure adults can go in the dome too, just might have to be on knees and not be able to fit your shoulders in. Lisa from Lisa's Life 9 years ago Wow. That is so much better set up than at our local garden centre. I get an addition each Christmas but waiting for the sales this year! Happy Christmas 🙂 bubbablue Post Author 9 years ago I was really impressed with the displays there. Much better than another garden centre. I haven’t seen many decorations this year that go with my colour scheme, so hoping to find something in the sales to add. Otherwise will have to look out next year! HPMcQ 9 years ago what a brilliant idea, inside a snowdome! great photo x happy christmas x bubbablue Post Author 9 years ago I thought it was a great idea too – great to help children see all around the display. Pinkoddy 9 years ago What a magical photo – is this at Legoland? bubbablue Post Author 9 years ago Only at Millets Farm garden centre – it’s a Frosts one. We did Santa’s grotto, didn’t do ice skating as it was too wet for my liking, but the displays in the garden centre were great for lights and these village house displays. Oana79 9 years ago So magical a place, what did he think of it? bubbablue Post Author 9 years ago He loved it. He’d seen Father Christmas and not been scared for the first time, and the garden centre displays of lights and the village was brilliant. He spent a lot of time stroking the lit up reindeer! jollyjillys 9 years ago That is so cute lol. It is great seeing Christmas with a little one. Happy christmas bubbablue Post Author 9 years ago He’s definitely got into it this year. And no longer scared of Father Christmas. Merry Christmas to you, and thanks for popping by thereadingresidence 9 years ago That looks like a great place to visit, and a fab photo x bubbablue Post Author 9 years ago It was a better garden centre for displays than another near us. Wasn’t expecting the village products to be set up for proper viewing. Thanks for popping by Jo Henley 9 years ago That’s so cute! Merry Christmas xx bubbablue Post Author 9 years ago Thanks. He was a little stymied at first being told to go under the table and look for the hole, but loved seeing it from the middle. An Exeter Mum 9 years ago Great photo! Thought he was in a snow globe for a minute!! Merry Christmas 🙂 bubbablue Post Author 9 years ago It was so funny approaching the table to see a head pop up.