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Winter Wonderland-a treat for the family this Christmas

Polar Express rolls into town this weekend 

The Polar Express returns to Enniskillen by popular demand this Christmas!
Departing Hollyhill at regular intervals once again this year, winding its way down through the town to the spectacular Cancer Connect Winter Wonderland at the Buttermarket, the Polar Express is the ideal way to soak up the atmosphere of a festive Enniskillen evening.

You won’t even have to worry about the weather! 

While little members of the family adore this magical train ride to an equally magical destination, the adventure is packed with enough surprises to keep everyone, young and old, entertained. 

On arrival, passengers of the Polar Express will be greeted by Mrs Claus and her busy elves as soon as they check in. There will be mulled wine and mince pies for the grown ups, and special gingerbread for special guests.  

There will also be no shortage of photo opportunities, with a life-sized sledge, big enough for all the family. Mrs Claus has even employed the services of a professional photographer for those who want to take home something to remember their magical experience. 

On top of all that, Elf Jojo will be on site, eager to play. Most exciting of all is the stop at the ‘secret castle’ and secret fun activities. 

Following its phenomenal success of last year, anyone hoping to take a ride on this most festive of train journeys is urged to book their tickets early. The Polar Express will be in town for three weekends only, beginning this weekend, Friday, November 29th. The train will then be running on December 6th, 7th and 8th, and on December 13th and 14th. 

Tickets are £12 for adults and children over two-years-old, and £5 for infants and kids under two and can be booked on Ticketsource.  https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/ccniwinterwonderland2019

If you have a query please avoid calling the Cancer Connect NI helpline and instead visit the Cancer Connect Winter Wonderland Facebook page and one of our elves will be happy to help you out. 

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