12:00PM, Thursday 12 December 2013
Reindeers greeted children at a Burnham nursery after Father Christmas was drawn by a horse and carriage down the High Street.
The event, organised by the family run Davies Brothers Nursery in Chalk Pit Lane, took place on Saturday and drew hundreds of children and parents.
After St Nick made his journey along the High Street to the nursery, children were invited to a 'winter wonderland' where they could meet Santa's reindeer companions and received a free gift.
Visitors also enjoyed a complimentary hot drink and mice pie.
Bonnie Davies, event organiser and garden designer, said: "It was a really good day, everyone was relaxed and friendly and there was great Christmas atmosphere so we will be doing it again next year.
"My dad Steve played Father Christmas, my mum Maria made the mince pies and my nieces and nephews dressed up as elves, so it was a real family event."
More than £180 was raised by the event, the proceeds of which will be donated to the British Lung Foundation Breath of Life Fund.
Bonnie added: "We are just trying to drum up as much support as we can for the charity and we hope to hold more events throughout the year."