11:27AM, Monday 21 December 2015
More than 100 children were transported to a pirate and fairy themed wonderland at Legoland.
Children from the Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice Service enjoyed a party at the Windsor resort, complete with games, face-painting and an exclusive pantomime on Sunday, December 13.
Every child enjoyed a visit to Santa’s Grotto and the chance to meet real reindeer.
Parents were also treated and had the opportunity to indulge in a massage, hair styling and nail painting, while enjoying mulled wine and mince pies.
Fiona Devine, co-founder of the hospice, said: “It is an opportunity for us all to come together, to truly create and experience some very special moments.”
The strategic development director at Legoland, Ingrid Fernandes, said: “We really enjoy working closely with the fabulous team at Alexander Devine and feel very lucky to be able to support such an important local charity.”
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