Christmas Gingerbread House Workshop - Saturday, 23rd December 2pm-4pm


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Saturday, 23rd December
2pm- 4pm
Knockaloe Visitor Centre (Community Room), Patrick

*** When paying, please advise in the comments box the name and age of your child and ensure you add your phone number, so that we can contact you should there be any problems.
Please ensure you have read the following terms and conditions at the bottom of the page prior to payment ***

We're delighted to be running another Christmas Gingerbread House workshop, where you will be able to build and decorate your own Christmas Gingerbread House!

You will be shown how to assemble your gingerbread house (homemade with local ingredients) using royal icing and provided with a variety of edible decorations to adorn your festive house.

You will also have the opportunity to make some Christmas-related decorations out of sugarpaste to add to your design!

The session includes all ingredients, sundries, decorating time and refreshments for both participants and their accompanying adults (or, indeed, for those adults attending just for themselves!).

Christmas fancy dress and headgear is encouraged!

- All youth attendees must have a responsible guardian over the age of 18 attending with them, who will stay for the remainder of the session.
 - Unfortunately, we cannot refund your place once booked. If you are unable to attend on the day, your booking may be transferred to another attendee, but Sugar & Spice Bakery must be informed in advance of the session (before 10am on the 23rd).
- Minimum age of 5 years.
- Your booking is for one gingerbread house for a child and adult (or two adults working together).
 - It is possible to have two children working on a house together, for an additional fee, but we are limited with space - please DO NOT book, but contact us prior to payment to check we have space available.
- Sorry, but we are unable to cater for any specific dietary requirements during these sessions.
- Unfortunately, we cannot accommodate pre-school children attending the gingerbread house session due to health and safety considerations; parents and guardians will be required to provide support to the child creating the house, and we have no facilities for looking after young children. So sorry!
- Please take great care with hot drinks whilst attending the session.
- Please advise Sugar & Spice Bakery if you DO NOT wish for your child to be photographed during the session; photos may be used for publicity purposes in social media, on our webpage, or on fliers, for example. Please use the comments box when paying to advise.
 - Parents and guardians – please come ready to get stuck in, as your support will be required to help erect the house!
- Designs may vary from those shown in photos.

Directions to the venue below:

Getting there:

The Centre for WW1 Internment is located in on the junction of the A27 and Patrick Road in Patrick Village on the west of the Island. From Peel follow signs to Glen Maye (A27); from St Johns follow signs to Castletown (A3) then signs to Patrick/Glen Maye (A30).
Google maps:,+Knockaloe+and+Patrick+Community+Centre/...

There is a car park directly in front of the Visitor Centre, however, please be cautious as the entrance is quite tight.