A leading food brand is offering the prize to encourage people to swap some of their meat meals for plant-based alternatives.
The news comes as the hotel this year celebrates 30 years of being in business.
The continuing tightening of trading restrictions has been blamed for extra pressure on the hospitality sector.
The grazing animals will enhance habitats and boost biodiversity.
Games, a fancy dress competition and treats are included along with a special themed menu.
In the run-up to Christmas it is expected that sales will amount to £10,000 for the children's charity.
The service was previously only available for elderly and clinically vulnerable people.
A new instructor joins the team which now totals five having started out just over a year ago with one driver and one car.
It also features botanical artworks and gifts from a gallery at nearby Burnham Market.
Special ghost white pumpkin purchases will result in donations to chain's charity partner.
Its multi-million pound flagship store opened in the Vancouver Centre last year.
The retailer is also launching over 100 new lines, with market-leading prices across dedicated vegan areas.
The males brought from Scotland are said to be "perfect" for the females introduced there earlier this year.
The hotel manager says all the ales will be available at 'value for money' prices.
The shop will offer a wide range of items, including dining suites, beds, sofas and accessories.
The store on Hardwick Retail Park has created 18 new jobs and will offer a wide range of products for crafting enthusiasts.
They will be printing Christmas cards sold in aid of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital's baby bereavement suite.
The pick and pack roles are to fulfil orders made on Amazon.co.uk and Amazon Prime Now for free same day deliveries.
During lockdown it has seen a significant increase in domestic customers
Not everyone is adhering to the government rules, so the message is to remind people that businesses are doing their best to keep everyone safe.