A PANTOMIME, Christmas crafts and the chance to see a host of animals is what visitors can expect at the National Museum of Rural Life’s 'Christmas Fair at the Farm' this Sunday, December 8.

The family attraction, at Kittochside Farm, East Kilbride, to the south of Glasgow, will let people meet alpacas, goats, Shetland ponies, rabbits, guinea pigs, mice, ducks and chickens, and visit the museum’s historic working farm where they can see donkeys in a farmyard nativity scene as well as the attraction’s magnificent Clydesdale horses, cattle, pigs, sheep, hens, Highland cattle and a new calf.

Manager Shirley Maciver said: “Our Christmas Fair at the Farm is a wonderful way for the whole family to enjoy the build-up to the festive season with a host of entertainment and the opportunity to meet some amazing animals. We’re greatly looking forward to welcoming visitors to another great day out here at the Museum.”

Tickets can be booked online at www.nms.ac.uk or by calling 0300 123 6789.

Visit www.nms.ac.uk/rural for details and further information.