Five reasons why we love Christmas at Dobbies:
1. Decorating the tree
The magic of Christmas just comes alive when we can choose the perfect tree and decorate it with red berry baubles, twinkling tinsel and fairy lights. There are so many other ideas to mention, we love them all.
We adore giving gifts to everyone. And just because we understand what goes into finding the perfect gift, we have gone through the hassle and headache for you. Come back soon and see the fabulous selection of gift ideas.
3. Christmas Dinner
So whether you’re planning to cook-up a traditional spread or experiment with the left over’s – here's some of our favourites, we love Christmas dinner.
- Roast turkey
- Mashed potatoes with gravy
- Brussels sprouts
- Cranberry sauce
- Traditional christmas pudding
4. The Scent of Christmas
We love finding all the popular smells of the festive season. The best part is waking up to the aromas on a fresh wintry Christmas morning. Is it the the soft sweet scent of cinnamon or the smell of baked Christmas cookies or the cosy crackling of burning wood? We can't wait.
5. Dobbies's Santa
Just like he is depicted in the novels and movies, Santa comes out in his bright reds, white beard and unforgettable ho-ho-ho rendition to bring the joy of Christmas to children and parents too. Whether you catch him in his famous sleigh or sitting in his grotto – you can rest assured Dobbies's Santa is here for the festive cheer!
Christmas is not far away and it’s a wonderful time to get friends and family together so whether you’re needing decorative tips for your home or recipe dinner ideas – be sure to check our website for more. From shopping decorations and Christmas lights to our get the look and how-to videos - we'll have loads of ideas and advice to share with you.
Dates to look forward to:
- Christmas Charity Night - Thursday 2nd October
- Santa Arrival - Sunday 16th November
- Ladies Night - Thursday 27th November
- Christmas Day - Thursday 25th December
- Boxing Day - Friday 26th December
- New Year’s Eve - Wednesday 31st December
- New Year’s Day - Thursday 1st January