Well, this isn't Spanish, but it is a Nativity. I'm in London for Christmas this year, and I went looking for Nativity scenes. They were pretty scarce, unfortunately. I don't think the British have ever done that uniquely Mediterranean scene featuring the entire village of Bethlehem, but I would have expected a little more acknowledgement of the iconography of the season. Outside of the Catholic churches, the only places I saw nativity scenes were at a couple of Italian restaurants.
But here's a charming Nativity I saw in a church, the Brompton Oratory, after the splendid Mozart mass they did for Christmas morning. The little typical British animals in the front (a squirrel, a duck, something that may be a stoat?, a rabbit and a goose) look like something out of Wind in the Willows.