What ever you call him. He is part of the magic of Christmas. Farther Christmas is probably your child’s favourite person at this time of year so why not help make it feel a little more special.
As parents, trying to plan the perfect Christmas, getting something for FREE to put a smile on your little ones face sounds like a great deal to me so why not take advantage of this great offer and get a FREE letter from Santa curtesy of The Royal Mail.
So for the price of a stamp, ok its not completely free,The Royal Mail elves are helping Father Christmas this year by delivering children’s letters to him. It’s not just a one way communication method though.
Get your children to sit down and write their very own letter listing all the things that they would like for Christmas and make sure you send it to the following address.
Send your letters to:
Remember to include your full name and address so he can write back.
Make sure you send any letters before 9 December 2016 so Father Christmas has a chance to reply. I’ve been made aware that Father Christmas is also able to rely in braille or large print, if this is of use to your child but make sure you let the elves know.
Portable North Pole
If you’d prefer a video then you have options too.
While it hasn’t launched this season as yet, the Portable North Pole gives you a personalised video for free. There are paid options but you don’t need to do them to get the full magic.
We’ve used them for years and it really makes it feel that Christmas has started early.