Christmas delight at Badden Farm Nursery

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Children and parents alike were excited to visit Santa and his wee elf at Badden Farm Nursery outdoor grotto.

Every child in the Lochgilphead nursery was delighted to see Santa and receive a gift from him.

Nursery manager Jean Evans said: ‘We wanted to involve parents and grandparents as much as possible, so we did everything out of doors for safety reasons.

‘As you can see from the happy faces, the children loved every moment, and even entertained Santa with some lovely Christmas songs.

‘Our sincere thanks to Santa and Wee Elf, they did a marvellous job.’