Make your child’s Christmas even more magical, by getting them a letter from Santa.
Every year, the Royal Mail offers a free Letter From Santa Service – a direct line to the big man himself. Children are asked to write to Santa and include their full name and address on their letter, so that he can write back.
Letters should be posted to:
It’s really important to write Santa’s address carefully on a stamped envelope. Include your child’s full name and address in your letter, so Santa can write back!
Letters must be received by Friday 8 December 2017, so Santa has time to reply.
More details can be found on the Royal Mail website
The NSPCC run their annual letter from Santa service to help bring the magic home to children this Christmas.
Choose from 8 enchanting stories and new illustrations.
Every letter can be personalised with a child’s name, age and lots more!
A suggested £5 donation for every letter helps us cover the cost and means the NSPCC can be there to keep more children safe.
Letters will be posted in early December and the NSPCC recommends you should order by 16thDecember at the latest to ensure your letter arrives in time.
For more information visit the NSPCC Website