Santa and his elf met families at the grotto in Bo'ness town centre at the weekend.

Santa comes to Bo'ness as Falkirk district towns enjoy four weeks of festivities

With no official light switch on events being held in the district’s main towns this year due to the pandemic, a series of festive activities are visiting each over the course of four weekends instead.

By Fiona Dobie
Tuesday, 7th December 2021, 6:53 am

Having started on November 27, this weekend saw the festivities continue in Bo’ness, Stenhousemuir, Denny and Grangemouth, organised by Falkirk Delivers.

Over the course of the weekend, Santa was meeting families in Bo’ness town centre at his grotto.

While in Grangemouth there was a chance for shoppers to play some Christmas games.

A snow globe visited Denny town centre providing people with the chance to capture that perfect seasonal family photograph, and in Stenhousemuir there was a chance to enjoy an Elf Day, meeting Harry and Hugo Elf who were spreading Christmas cheer.

The family friendly fun continues in all four town centres next weekend. Visit to find out what’s on where.

In Falkirk, Santa’s Post Office on the High Street, next to the Steeple, remains open each weekend as does the snow globe and Santa’s Grotto in The Howgate Centre.

On Saturday, Santa and one of his elves also spent some time in McMoos Cafe in Bo’ness meeting children and hearing their Christmas wishes.

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