A farm in Warwickshire had added a second date for itsChristmas drive-through Nativity.
Due to unprecedented demand, bookings for Sunday, December 20 have closed and there will be no entry at the gate, but Joseph’s Amazing Camels has added an extra show date and is now taking bookings for Monday, December 21.
Rebecca Fossett of Joseph’s Amazing Camels said: “We’re absolutely thrilled we’ve be inundated with bookings for our Drive-Through Nativity on Sunday December 20.
"But we want all our visitors to enjoy the best possible experience, so we’re now taking bookings for Monday December 21 4pm to 7pm.
"Spaces are limited so early book early to avoid disappointment.
“Because Christmas is a time for giving, there will be a Father Christmas sack where children can put food for Shipston Food Bank – this is entirely voluntary.”
For £15 a car, visitors will be able to enjoy Christmas decorations all along the track, angels in the trees, festive projections on the farmhouse, giant Christmas presents, shepherds washing their socks by night' and see the three Kings on camels on their journey to Bethlehem, all accompanied by carols and Christmas songs from an FM transmitter as people drive along.
Arriving at the barn visitors will find Father Christmas in his grotto with goodie bags for children and elves serving a free glass of mulled wine for the adults.
Then people will be able see the live Nativity scene with Mary and Joseph and the baby Jesus, camels, angels, sheep and donkeys.
Burgers (including vegetarian) which cost £4 and hotdogs which cost £3.50 will be served at the end
To book tickets go to: http://www.jacamels.co.uk/ If anyone visiting would like food at the end they are should emailing their order to [email protected] by 4pm on Saturday, December 19 so that everyone can be served.