His sleigh was spotted at Stotfold Mill on both Saturday and Sunday (November 26 and 27).
Santa kindly allowed youngsters and their families to ride in his sleigh, which was parked in his grotto.
Christmas at the Mill is a popular annual event. As well as visiting the man in red himself families were also able to browse the numerous gifts that were on sale and hopefully pick out some special Christmas presents for their loved ones.
Adults enjoyed a break from the hectic pre-Christmas rush by sitting down to some mulled wine and mince pies in the tea room.
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Stotfold Mill produces its own specially ground flour, which visitors were able to take away. They could also purchase bread.
Visit www.stotfoldmill.com to find out more about the mill.